What does "PASSA PASSA" mean?

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Postby Professor Mushtaq » Thu Dec 16, 2004 9:06 pm

Labba Labba from Labberish (unsure of spelling) = Gossip
Someone once asked Scratch about the possibility of the Black Ark being ressurrected and he said it was "all labberish straight from yard"
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Postby Semi-Decent » Thu Dec 16, 2004 9:47 pm

Hard to beat Lee Perry and Striker's combo tune 'Labrish'. So this is really Bunny Lee? - + does Lee call Bunny 'Pharoh' at the start of the song?

Love the end of the tune when Perry and Lee start chatin' this-and-that about other producers. Lots of chuckles, lots of labrish.
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Re: What does "PASSA PASSA" mean?

Postby KING RATHID » Thu Dec 16, 2004 10:35 pm

rez wrote:Just wondering what exactly "passa passa mean?

Any ideas?


Ah Rez ya lettin me down man!

For starters the riddim is called BANG BANG!

Passa Passa means to spread rumours!
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Postby dots69 » Thu Dec 16, 2004 10:50 pm

yes King, true the riddim name 'Bang Bang' but it is actually a relick of the old Bunny Lee standard 'Bangarang' :wink:

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