It matters amigos! Simply put when the vibe is right one cannot be left behind and for that reason we head back to St. Lucia for this one by Mata and Miigos simply entitled “Piwat”.
What does Piwat mean? Well some say ‘pirate’ while some say it means ‘pivot/turn’. If you have a good command of Kweyol (as in French Creole) please leave a comment to help us better understand the song.
Regardless of the meaning of the word ‘Piwat’ the vibe of the song speaks for itself. This song has a real vibe to mash up fetes. We think that you will love this song. Enjoy.
We are going to be a little adventurous today. So here goes… the hook for this song is as follows: “Piwat, piwat, matay, matay”. We think it means, “kill dem with wine”! Can you tell us what it really means!
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YouTube Music Release Notes:
Fox Productions Music once more brings St Lucia’s creole festival alive with another epic Riddim. #Jabkweyolriddim says it all…Bring in the horns, bring in the drums..Lets celebrate our Caribbean creole heritage
Riddim Name: Jab Kweyol Riddim
Performed by: Mata & Miigos
Composed by: Lashley Winter
Written by: Lyleton Lisson Cornwallis Jr. & Orjan Suffren
Recorded by: Lashley “Motto” Winter