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  1. Bless Up St Lucia!! Waw!! you can displace us with slavery but you will never destroy our heritage. St Lucia is the place to be. I Love this anciene zouk.

  2. I agree that Creole is not so much broken French but closer to the old French. As a French Canadian staying in the southern tip of St Lucia I found I could understand what the hotel workers were saying to each other. Funny that French people from France say they don't understand Creole yet our joual (as spoken in rural Quebec)  is closer to the 17th century French that Creole was based on  There's always linguistic racism with some people….French Canadians had to endure decades of scorn from both the English and the French from France but that's changing now.  I think the BrooklynBrixton girl has an East Indian heritage and clearly doesn't understand or relate to St Lucian culture. No Lucian zouk?? That's crap…what about Reasons Orchestra?

  3. You st.lucian but dont speak creole ???? its alot of you so call im this but i dont speak creole ppl and @BrooklyntoBrixton U BEEN SAYING A LOT OF NEGATIVE THINGS ON OTHER ZOUK VIDEO'S ABOUT HATIANS AND HAITI I THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO SPEAK CREOLE BUT YOU CHOOSE NOT TO BE CAUSE ITS AFRICAN YOU WANT TO HAVE A INDIAN LOOK ABOUT YOU COOL BUT IN 2013 WE ALL ARE ONE AND HAPPY TO HOLD ON WHATS LEFT OF AFRICA IN ARE HOME HAITI, ST.LUCIA,MARTINIQUE,GUADELOPEAND& SO ON ARE ALL BABYS OF AFRICA N YES U ARE 2

  4. my girl creole is broken french n i dont think you are st.lucian but if u really happen to be turn in yur passport 🙂 u are now not a st.lucian…..cuz we dont need ppl like yu here

  5. Creole is not a slave master language however, the slave created CREOLE so the master was confused as to what the slaves were really saying, if you dont understand what I siad. lot kote

  6. Im jamaican and i understand "TOUT BAGGAI". Its sounds so similar to a french dialect in our parish. GWO LEVAY ST.ANN!!!!

  7. i have been saying the same thing for a long time, we would have been speaking french if not for the brits!! english language is so blahhhh lol

  8. lol lol i'm proud of my creole culture. i speak it proudly. smfh its a shame for someone not to be proud of their culture. It's not my fault that the french culture is part of moi. teay chou la sac salop @ BrooklyntoBrixton . im proud to be a saint lucian thats what makes me extra special in this concrete jungle.

  9. None of my friends did. An why are you people so proud of a language forced upon you by slave masters? I'd be more impressed if you spoke Igbo or Hindi. Those are the languages of most of our ancestors.

  10. @explicitcontent1000 Whatever, the only person that spoke patios in my house was the maid. An I never talked to her so…. Most of my friends were white, half white or Syrian. They had more of a British accent than a St Lucian one. But I do speak fluent Jamaican patios if that's any consolation lol.

  11. @BrooklyntoBrixton i know ppl in cap that speak creole. what u think cap estate is not in st.lucia?

  12. i dont care where this song is from but its wickid. ive known this song since i was a kid and everytime i hear it it sounds like da first time. big up and big respek to da artist and composer.