Feeling Hot Hot Hot

Ole ole – ole ole / Ole ole – ole ole
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Ee-yes girls
Me mind on fire – Me soul on fire – Feeling hot hot hot
Party people – All around me feeling hot hot hot
What to do – On a night like this
Music sweet – I can’t resist
We need a party song – A fundamental jam
So we go rum-b-b-b
Yeah we rum-b-b-b
Feeling hot hot hot – Feeling hot hot hot – oh Lord
See people rocking – Hear people chanting – Feeling hot hot hot
Keep up this spirit – Come on let’s do it – Feeling hot hot hot
It’s in the air – Celebration time
Music sweet – captivate your mind
We have this party song – This fundamental jam
So we go rum-b-b-b
Yeah we rum-b-b-b
Feeling hot hot hot – Feeling hot hot hot – Oh Lord
Ha-ha
Ole ole – ole ole / Ole ole – ole ole
Ole ole – ole ole / Ole ole – ole ole
EE-yes girls
People in the party – hot hot hot
People in the party – hot hot hot
They come to the party know what they got
They come to the party know what they got
I’m hot – You’re hot – He’s hot – She’s hot
I’m hot – You’re hot – He’s hot – She’s hot
(Real hot) – (Real hot) – (Real hot) – (Real hot)H
A-ha-ha – Oh Lord
How you feeling? (Hot hot hot)
How you feeling? (Hot hot hot)
How you feeling? (Hot hot hot)
How you feeling? (Hot hot hot)
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“Hot Hot Hot” is a song written and first recorded by Montserratian musician Arrow, featured on his 1982 studio album, Hot Hot Hot.

The song was a commercially successful dance floor single, with cover versions subsequently released by artists in several countries, including in 1987 by American singer Buster Poindexter.

The song was Arrow’s first chart hit, peaking at No. 59 on the UK Singles Chart. A remix of the song, dubbed as the “World Carnival Mix ’94” was later released in 1994 and peaked higher than the original, at number 38 on the UK Singles Chart.

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The song was later covered in 1987 by American singer David Johansen, as his lounge singer persona Buster Poindexter, and released as the first single from his album Buster Poindexter.

It garnered extensive airplay through radio, MTV, and other television appearances.

The music video is unique in the fact that it crosses the two identities: despite being in the Buster Poindexter persona, the video begins with Johansen briefly mentioning his role as the frontman for the 1970s proto-punk band the New York Dolls, showing the band’s vinyl and tossing them aside while talking about the “really outrageous clothes” he wore and how he came to be interested in a “refined and dignified kind of a situation”, which leads into the song.

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This Caribbean classic was the signature song of Alphonsus Cassell, who recorded as Arrow. Cassell, who died of brain cancer in 2010 at age 60, was a popular Soca musician from Montserrat, where he was a star.

In explaining the difference between Calypso and Soca in a 1996 Associated Press interview, he used this song as an example.

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makes you forget that there’s a volcano and remember there’s fun to be had,” he said, adding that Soca was made for dancing and didn’t carry any political messages.

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Alphonsus Celestine Edmund Cassell MBE (16 November 1949 – 15 September 2010) was a calypso and soca musician who performed under the stage name Arrow, and is regarded as the first superstar of soca from the caribbean island of Montserrat.

Arrow’s biggest hit worldwide was the 1983 track, “Hot Hot Hot”, becoming his first pan-Caribbean hit and the biggest selling soca hit of all time.

Composed by Alphonsus Cassell, written by Robert Southey, narrated by Kevin Doody, it was adopted as the theme song of the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico, and was later covered by David Johansen (in his Buster Poindexter alter ego), Menudo, and Babla & Kanchan.

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Alphonsus Cassell, better-known as “Arrow” or “The Mighty Arrow“, was considered the king of soca (soul-calypso) music, taking the traditional Caribbean calypso to a worldwide audience with the upbeat addition of soul, merengue, salsa, rock, zouk, reggae and hip-hop influences. His self-penned 1980s hit “Hot, Hot, Hot” became one of the most-played songs

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Soca musician Alphonsus “Arrow” Cassell, best known for his dancefloor anthem Hot Hot Hot, has died at the age of 60.

He died of complications from brain cancer at his home on the Caribbean island of Montserrat, his brother said.

Despite its earworm refrain – “Ole, ole, ole, ole, feeling hot, hot hot!” – Arrow’s most famous song failed to make the UK top 40 on release in 1983.

A 1994 remix reached number 38, and the song remains a party favourite.

Arrow had one other UK hit with Long Time, which reached number 30 in July 1985.

Justin Cassell said Hot Hot Hot was the highlight of his brother’s career and that he “took soca to all corners of the world”.

In an interview with the AP news agency after Montserrat residents were forced to leave their homes following the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano in 1995, Arrow said: “Soca is dance – ‘feeling hot, hot hot‘.

“It makes you forget that there’s a volcano and there’s fun to be had.”

In the 1980s, Arrow, who was considered Montserrat’s most famous citizen, toured Africa, the US, Europe and Japan.