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Third World - Lagos Jump (Special Version) album

Third World - Lagos Jump (Special Version) album
  • Performer Third World
  • Title Lagos Jump (Special Version)
  • Date of release 1983
  • Style Dub, Disco
  • Other formats AC3 RA WMA AIFF AAC MIDI MP4
  • Genre Electronic / Reggae
  • Size MP3 1316 mb
  • Size FLAC 1968 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 992

For other uses, see Third World (disambiguation). Their version of "Now That We've Found Love" was used as the basis of Heavy D's 1991 hit rap version In 1983, Third World had cross-over success on the UK Jazz Funk scene with their reggae single 'Lagos Jump' largely thanks to Robbie Vincent and Jeff Young who played the 12" version on their Radio London shows. The track also became popular on the London club scene and in particular at Flicks in Dartford.

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Third World Lagos Jump lyrics & video : Oiay, efusa, said ibo man to me Rasta messenger You're welcome Oiay efusa, said ibo man to me Rasta messenger No problem Lagos Jump, La. .Album: Reggae Ambassadors, Original Release Date: 1993-10-05. Song Duration: 5 min 21 sec. Top Third World Lyrics96 Degrees There's No Need To Question Why Dancing On The Floor Seasons When Standing In The Rain Jah Jah Children Moving Up Before You Make Your Move We Could Be Jammin' Reggae Manners Low Key-jammin. Correct these lyrics. Hottest Lyrics with Videos. Third World Lagos Jump Lyrics are provided for educational purposes only. Any feedback is welcome.

10. Love Is Out to Get You. 11. Sense of Purpose. 13. World of Uncertainty. 15. The Spirit Lives. 16. We Could Be Jammin' Reggae. Disc: 2. 1. Try Jah Love.

Lagos Jump (Special Version) A Written-By – D. Schloss, I. Jarrett, M. Cooper, R. Daley, S. Stewart, S. Coore, W. Clarke, W. Stewart. Third World Lagos Jump (12", Single) CBS. TA 4058.

The term Third World arose during the Cold War to define countries that remained non-aligned with either NATO, or the Communist Bloc. The United States, Western European nations and their allies represented the First World, while the Soviet Union, China, Cuba, and their allies represented the Second World. This terminology provided a way of broadly categorizing the nations of the Earth into three groups based on social, political, cultural and economic divisions. The Third World was normally seen to include many countries with colonial pasts in Africa, Latin America, Oceania and Asia