Rick Ramdehal | SexyDancin'

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by Rick Ramdehal

Reggae and all Caribbean mixed with R&B pop cross and urban twang.
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. RPM Anthem
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2. Sexy Dancin' - Dutty
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3. Wha Dem Gyal Want
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4. Shake Yo Bootay
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5. Colors
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6. Soca High
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7. Prophecy
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8. Free
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9. I Remember
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10. Ecstasy
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11. Sexy Dancin' - DV Mix
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Album Notes

Rick has always been meticulous about his vocal training, approaching his voice as a delicate instrument and subscribing to consistent and disciplined methods of practice. His vocal repertoire includes, bhajans, taan singing, soca, reggae, Indian pop, chutney, and mainstream pop and rock. From this wide range of styles, it is easy to see how Rick's new sound has been labeled "fusion".

Rick has been praised on numerous occasions on the great range and smooth texture of his voice. It has an infectious quality that, as described by one critic, "leaves his listeners longing for more."


Rick's musical versatility is instantly recognizable, with a proficiency in guitar, bass, keyboards, and trumpet. These skills were first honed with his brothers in the band, Swarangeet. Now he is using his musical experience to pave the way of the new fusion genre.

Rick's commanding combination of vocal and instrumental skills reached newsworthy proportions during the band's 2001 tour in London. Performing as a lead vocalist and bassist during the Notting Hill Carnival, his highly energized Soca music performance spanned 12 hours uninterrupted and was given to an estimated audience of 1.2 million people. Regional press described Rick as, "nothing less than spectacular."


Since age 5, performing has felt as natural to Rick as breathing. It is not uncommon for crowds of listeners to become instantly entranced by his high energy and immediate connection with the audience. As a young fan recently exclaimed "his music is spiritual!"

Rick has performed in over 10 countries and given more than 1000 performances. While performing in the 2002 Chutney Soca Monarch, the crowd of over 20,000 people chanted "Rick, Rick, Rick" even before the conclusion of his first song. This instance was not an exception as that dynamic has been repeated at almost every Rick Ramdehal performance.

Rick is now diligently preparing for a full tour in support of his upcoming SexyDancin' release in March 2004. The tour includes featured dates during Miami Carnival, Long Island Carnival, Toronto Caribana, Trinidad Carnival and shows in prominent clubs throughout the eastern U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean.



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100%+ Satisfaction , love this CD
Let's keep this in it's right cultural order, this is SOCA,
not reggae. This guy is not only outstanding but also a musical sensation. Let's hope he receives the upmost recognition, credit and respect he has earned. Keep going strong.

sexy baby

Oh boy i just love his song especially sexy Dancing.
The best singer ever luv him....

Gettin' it Straight

This is Caribbean Crossover in the right direction
Get this guys album, get Kevin Lyttles, Get Sean Paul, T.O.K. and Elephant Man and you have a good olfashing party ready to happen. Rick's diversity is great. i hope he goes places. I had my album for 3 months already.. still playing sexydancin - Dutty version.

Alvin Jaglall

Sexy Dancin Represents West Indian Culture
The Sexy Dancin album from Rick Ramdehal brings a different generation of music for everyone especially West Indian people all around the world. The lyrics to certain songs reminds me my younger days. I hope it does the same for other people because it certainly brung a smile to my face and made my heart very warm.

The best soca /hip hop music by a Guyanese. Terrific! It gets in the blood.
What can I say more? Its the best from Rick who has the hearts of many West Indians dancing in the air! Hurrah for Rick!

Jonny Smith

This album is going places
No matter what anyone says a CD collection is not complete without this album i recommend it to EVERYONE, the music is so diversed it appeals to every culture


Hot soca tracks & meaningful lyrics
I dig most of the tracks. I could listen to sexy dancin over an over. Prophecy is an amazin song. I wanna hear sexy dancin on the radio man. It's hot. oh and shake dat booty is wicked. I played wha dem gyal want for ma girl and she was like das craaazzzyy.