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Fall In Love – Zouk Look feat 2Ntrigue

posted by admin, May 17, 2010 @ 2:00 pm

About Zouk Look

Born in 1972 and 1973 in Guadeloupe, brothers Fabian & Jerry Charbonnier, vocalists of the famous Zouk band: “Zouk Look” are natives of the island of Saint Martin. Practically everyone In Saint Martin speaks English and it is for this reason that they strive to make music that has the potential to cross over into more mainstream markets, most recently demonstrated through “Fall In Love”, their collaboration with Trinidadian singers 2Intrigue

Coming from a family of musicians, at an early age they were introduced to the sounds of the Platters, Elvis Presley, Stevie Wonder and Bob Marley. It was only later that they discovered the grooves of the Kompa and Zouk. Their appreciation of all these styles is evident in their music, giving them a unique sound of Zouk that is very smooth and pleasing to the ear!

About 2Ntrigue

The very name evokes a sensual yet mysterious atmosphere. These ladies hail from the beautiful island of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean. The soulful sister’s gospel of M.U.S.I.C. (Making Universal Sounds integrate Completely) says it all.

2Ntrigue’s music style is made up of Caribbean flava with a dose of R&B and Hip Hop undertones, creating sweet ear candy.

Starting their journey with the best gospel youth choir at the time in Trinidad and Tobago, The Youth Pulse choir, these ladies ventured out as the sister act becoming 2Ntrigue. Their stage presence, creativity and style were recognised by various promoters and the duo was sought after as opening acts for several international artistes such as Usher, Damien ‘Jr Gong’ Marley, Beres Hammond, Jagged Edge, Joe and 112. They were also on tour with Atlantic’s recording Soca star “Rupee’ and from their very own backyard they came highly recommended to Bunji Garlin and Destra Garcia (Trinidad’s Soca royalties).

In 2005 they rejuvenated the ‘80s classic dance hit “Finally” with a Soca twist and featured the original vocalist CeCe Penniston.

For 2006 Carnival these young ladies collaborated with R&B recording artiste Ginuwine and Bunji Garlin on the song “Secrets”, which they all performed at Glow 2006 in Trinidad.

Performing together, the sisters admit, has its “ups and downs” but they are secure in knowing that they have each other to rely on, and unwavering family support.

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