Local artiste “DeeArr,” releases video for racy new single

Donnel “DeeArr” Romain
Donnel “DeeArr” Romain

Portsmouth-based R&B artist Donnel “DeeArr” Romain released a steamy new music video last night (August 22nd , 2013) and the social media world is buzzing about it.

The LionHeart Records singer teamed up with fellow LHR member Addison “A-DiDi” Aaron and Bertist “BERT” Jeffers from CHOEB on his new sexually-tinged single entitled ‘Put It Down’.

According to DeeArr, the song is the lead single from his mixtape ‘Ladies Man,’ and in keeping with the theme, the song is directed towards women who, “totally understands her man and his needs, stands by him and is down for him.”

Former national Carnival Queen Pageant winner Marcia Baptiste plays the role of one of the love interests in the video.

The video was shot at an upscale villa compound in Savanne Paille in the north and is the final of several summer music videos released by production company Ambo Visuals.


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86 Comments

  1. Fond cole/Possie
    August 26, 2013

    why they doesnt say anything when the americans trying to sing like we caribbean people? kanye west and a lot of other artiste always droping a line in their songs trying to sing or talk like jamaicans. both kanye west and jay-z latest album have a track or more with a reggae feelings. youll need to stop that nonsense! barbados never give rihanna that kind of criticism when she was coming up. right now she blew up and she sing like an american 98% of the times. why? cause thats how R&B was made to sing. its american culture. if anybody trying to rap or sing R&B with a dominican accent, I cant even imagine how it would sound. try thinking of jay-z singing boyoun! perfect example. the song the partner made “sortie desan” trying to imitate the british accent. that was just kicks cause it dont sond right. wyclef is from haiti! he sings like americans but he still sing a variety of music like zouk and all kind of stuff. Dominicans need to chill and let them people/Artiste do their thing. when they get signed to a big record label one day is then all u will want to give praises and say “ya man mister from dominica u know” “we have talent you know” let me stop type cause i wouldt stop. Hypocrite set of people man!

  2. poe-ki-toe
    August 25, 2013

    love the song and the video is hot but d 2nd girl got too much makeup on

  3. SEX-SEX-SEX?
    August 25, 2013

    Big up to our Dominican artists…The video was nice…the tune had a great lil feel to it..definitely a song that we can jam in the club to..

    However I have a burning question!

    WHENNN did it become ALLL about the men? When did it because women catering to the every need of a man..stroking their egos… “totally understanding her man and his needs, stands by him and is down for him…”

    I haven’t heard anything about the men returning the favour in this song?

    Back in the day it was all about courtship…there is a species which is rapidly becoming extinct and that is GENTLEMEN, who did not only think about a woman as someone to cater to his every need….but who also wanted to cater to her every need…not only physically but also emotionally and spiritually..

    Another species becoming extinct are LADIES. You know, the kind who used to make men wait for it…Now a days women feel if they don’t act like sexual objects and give in right away the men will go to a woman who will..WELL LET THEM GO THEN! HE DOESN’T DESERVE YOU IF HE WON’T WAIT FOR IT!

    This song talks about “She lets me do my thing at the end of the day she knows I’m a man what it is..”…SMH…

    I am not discrediting the artists…I love the feel of the song…I just wish the lyrics were a little better as it relates to the ladies.

  4. Smhhhhhh
    August 25, 2013

    Dominicans why are we so negative??? Even if they sang a track like WCK or Triple K people would still have negative and defamatory things to say because that’s what we do. We can never find the positive. Never ever. We enjoy bringing down our own. This might not have been the best video up to BET and MTV standards but it was pretty impressive coming from DA… To the fool talking about Ms Professional been a video model. What century are you living in cuz clearly that statement derived from ignorance. We are way too closed minded… We all have our opinions and I respect that but sometimes it’s best if we say don’t say anything at all.

  5. forkit
    August 24, 2013

    dominicans always wants to be identified as some other culture, where is our identity what are we bring to the world that is unique…our ting

  6. Not surprised
    August 24, 2013

    Upside I doh know wat allu saying but the track was hot and the video ws prob one of the best coming from d/a Honestly. Downside once again bert does nothing to enhance to song it wud hv been better without him

  7. just saying
    August 24, 2013

    that first singer has the style and looks along with that amazing voice to make it big in the industry :wink: i don’t know what all the hate is about #ijs

  8. spoken word
    August 24, 2013

    But since when DNO does release those types of news with a biased heading so nuh??!! I have not seen that in the past. Trend anyone??

    • adana
      September 1, 2013

      lol nd since wen day does keep negative comments na what for dno to see they dun never see!! aluu can delete my comment wi *sucks teeth*

  9. Anonymous
    August 24, 2013

    I think the song sucked and they were off beat.I understand they are Dominicans and we have to support, but this song is not for me.

  10. cj
    August 24, 2013

    Good vibes but be original create ur own style I feel so good when I travel and people ask where are u from I love ur accent,be u not another them

  11. cautious
    August 24, 2013

    i think its a lovely song i like the tune and everything just goes together ..like to see possie ppl doing things possitive keep up the good work ,for all those who are hateing think about it if it was the other way around where u were hearing bout these young ppl in a negertive way u would have things to say but try be possitive cause they try doing things with there life even though we knw that dominica have nothing really going for it at the moment …so peace of and god blessings to all them young ppl who trying to beat the system.

  12. first
    August 23, 2013

    We need more artist like these in Dominica, alot more…just keep em coming, and then one will make it big..keep up the good work guys…

  13. ReeAreLeeTea
    August 23, 2013

    I always try to support local, but this makes it very difficult to do so. R rated kindergarden lyrics don’t don’t even seem to come naturally to them. Sad thing is that it’s evident that there’s talent there, but it’s gone in no good direction. It’s tacky with childish lyrics and voice correction till you don’t even know what they really sound like.
    Good quality video though. I can see we’re heading somewhere with our quality of video, but we need to work on story lines and audio.

  14. yessss!
    August 23, 2013

    video and song=perfect..sets the mood just right…i see u DeeArr!!!! :) :-D

  15. hmm
    August 23, 2013

    DeeArr sexy I love mr! lol whooosshh but for real that video is crazy! don’t even talk about the song.. #eargasm

  16. Dominican767
    August 23, 2013

    I live in the UK & I also have a lot of family that live in the USA (born and raised), and let me tell you the truth, some people in the UK & USA and other countries might like the SONG, but people including myself HATE and can’t understand why a lot of Dominicans that make music put on an American accent, it doesn’t sound cool, it doesn’t even sound nice at all, it just sounds fake. I was born in the UK, have family that were born in the USA & we always say “I wish I had a Caribbran accent!”, why? Because they’re beautiful! So why do some Dominican artists feel the need to sound like some artificial American for?

    When we go to parties and gatherings etc, we listen to Dancehall, Zouk, Reggae, Soca, Calypso etc. All the songs have the artists singing in their accent, even the really successful international artists, so why can’t Dominica do the same? When a song comes up, we can hear and tell whether the person’s Jamaican, Trinidadian, Barbadian etc, some Dominicans however.. Fake American, even the way some of them dress. I really rate the artists that don’t put on a accent really really highly. Everywhere I go such as parties, or even just walking down the road and someone’s blasting their car radio, I always hear Jamaicans, Trinidadians, Bajans, some Vincy’s, Grenadians, etc etc, and people say why can’t Dominica’s music be as popular, but how can DOMINICAN music be popular if they’re sounding AMERICAN? Does that even make any sense? Surely if people wanted to hear American sounding people, they’ll listen to American artists?

    The same goes for the beauty pageant contestants, I find them extremely beautiful, especially Leslassa, one of the most beautiful ladies I ever laid my eyes on, in fact she probably IS the most beautiful lady I ever laid my eyes on, but I don’t understand why they talk in an American accent. But either way, I still find her beautiful regardless.

    People can say I’m hating as much as they want, but it doesn’t take away the fake that I’m right :).

    • anonymous
      August 23, 2013

      Do you have a problem with Americans? Leave these artists alone. Their vision is much wider than the Dominican audience. Their type of music is to target and reach out to the entire world. I may be wrong but if I were to do an album like this to reach out to Dominicans only, maybe I might not make it big because the population of Dominica is too small.

    • smdh
      August 23, 2013

      almost everything we do in life is adaptive.U can hate all u want on the artists for rapping in an accent that is not Dominican..thats your choice.some people have no problem with it(like myself) and some people like u do have a problem with it.The artists have the freedom to do what ever type of music they like. Alot of Dominican artists do dancehall and they sound like the jamaicans.That doesn’t mean they want to be jamaican..the fact is every genre of music sounds good only when said and articulated in specific ways.Would u love to hear it if our rappers sang in the Dominican accent?im sure u would have a similar hating comment just like this one u made.I’m almost certain you would say it sounds odd if they did.

      You went too far when u touched on the way people dress though lol smh.Everything we do in life is adaptive. How do you dress may I ask? How do you want people from Dominica to dress,in Dominican? cuz if that’s the case we would all have to wear our creole wear 24 hours 7 days a week. I’m sure your dressing style derived from a culture which is NOT Dominican..

    • positive vibez
      August 23, 2013

      Dominican767 are u kidding me… you people are so ridiculous its funny……. Jamaica is known for reggae and dance-hall and obviously that cannot be done in any other accent but a Jamaican accent, Trinidad is known for soca which can be done in any Caribbean accent, but hip-hop and R&B are known to b done in an american accent, even so when a British artiste sings R&B or Hip-Hop you cant even clearly distinguish whether its a British artiste or american artiste. Do You know how dumb it would sound to hear an american artist sing a soca or dance-hall in an american accent smh lol or a British artist singing dance-hall in his/her British accent… Anyway my point to u is these are R&B/hip-hop artiste so u don’t expect them to sing that kind of music in a Dominican accent …. So here’s my advice to you, when u wanna listening to songs with ur so loved Dominican accent there’s : tripple K for Bouyour, Ophelia for Creole songs, Daddy Chess for soca and Dice for Calypso, with this list u cant go wrong……. Big up to all R&B/Hip-hop artist whether in the Caribbean or international!!!!!

    • ReeAreLeeTea
      August 23, 2013

      I guess a lot of people seem to be taking this as negativity, but, if they sit and think about it, or if they travel and stay out of Dominica for a while, they will soon realize what you’re speaking about. There is a serge of young, up and coming artists today that don’t give that original Dominican feeling. We’re adopting too many of other people’s cultures. All the slangs, dressing, attitudes and expectations seem to be as seen on TV. It gets to the point where, like the before mentioned said, it just seems fake.
      Is there no one that can make us proud with the Dominican feeling? Do we have to sound like someone else to be recognized as attention worthy? What is the original Dominican sound or vibe?
      We don’t have to go all the way back to our fore-fathers, but even with a modern feeling we should still be able to be able to get the hint of Dominican in what ever we produce and share.
      Let’s be an original, not at best a carbon copy.

      • ignorantmindset
        August 24, 2013

        U guys make NO SENSE..Im sure if these guys made a hip hop or r&b song in the Dominican accent you all would still have a problem because to tell u the plain truth it would sound STUPID….rap and r&b is meant to sound a certain way.all these comments about lack of originality and trying to be American is very ignorant and naive smh.
        You guys even blasting the guys dressing haha.None of us dress Dominican except on Creole Day!!!! U say that they dress like people on tv..how do you dress???? I am most certain that your dressing style derived from something you saw somewhere,unless you where your national wear everyday,because that’s the only form of dressing that is derived from Dominica..any other fashion style is adopted from other cultures.So many things we do on a daily are things influences by other cultures,I can go on and on naming them…yet y’all choose to focus on one of the many and hate on these young men for doing it…smh

    • first
      August 23, 2013

      The world would be better if we all spoke one accent….

    • A/R
      August 24, 2013

      I am an A/R for a major label in the UK..I wont mention which company. I stumbled across this site and saw this music video. Word of advice to all upcoming artists in the Caribbean. I personally would not sign something like this as it lacks depth and originality. When you hear a big tune it stands out instantly. All creativity is great stuff..but ask yourself this question, where would you sell over 50-100,000 units of a song like this, who would you market the song too, what network around the world would take this video..certainly MTV would not even look at it gentlemen as it there is videos on MTV which has massive budgets which would make this video look silly sorry to say. Dominica is 20 if not 30 years behind in the music and film industry by what I have been seeing. You just dont have anything that is marketable coming out of Dominica. In saying that you have to start from somewhere so keep it up and keep growing, hopefully one day somebody will create an international hit song and that takes a lot. If you also notice, Caribbean people dont hardly buy records or films unless pirated..this is why companies like us dont give or really care as the market is not there, hence why your local artists are struggling. Hope my point will be taken constructively and its not in anyway to offend.

      • lol
        August 24, 2013

        A/R of which company..more like a fake behind a computer..u a coward hater..767 Dominican artists to the wherllll!!

      • Krazy
        August 24, 2013

        A/R you are so right… i certainly wont buy a video as this to play in my home or car.. its just not catchy..

        thanks for the information to educate some of the stubborn ppl we got on here.. 8-O

      • yes me
        August 24, 2013

        @ A/R you lie!!! You not working with no major label! just trying to use name to talk! Is Rihanna doing anyting originally Barbados??!! Food for thought!

    • Puzzled
      August 24, 2013

      your comment makes no sense. Its hiphop you idiot…Hiphop has a certain flow…so naturaly they must hv the accent.I will admit their flow needs some work. But if u take an American and put them to sing dancehall in an American accent, it wont sound right, cus it has to be done in the Jamaican accent, jus like soca, in trini accent…so singing hiphop in an Dominica accent will just sound like crap. Looks at Rhianna! Do you normaly hear her bajan accent when she sings?? most of us even forget she’s from Barbados. I say hats off to those guys for trying something, what are you doing? So i would like to believe that since you live in a first world country, you have a first world brain….so use your first world brain and think before you speak.

    • forkit
      August 24, 2013

      you speak the truth my friend, dominicans have lost their way…
      they like see through plastic bags.. FAKE

  17. great
    August 23, 2013

    great song and video!! hoping to see this video do big things fellas

  18. NEGMARRON
    August 23, 2013

    I don’t understand why ppl are soo negative that a Dominican is singing R&B/Hip-hop, it’s like saying if a Dominican becomes an angineer he should not try to design cars because only Germans and americans produce such things. what’s scary is that those writing such rubbish have access to computers, really are we that backwards? how are children to evolve if we don’t allow them to evolve. BIG UP DEE ARR BIG UP POSSIE BIG UP DOMINICA.

  19. Just Looking
    August 23, 2013

    Do your thing Chad but really?!

    Koshonee dat

  20. Krazy
    August 23, 2013

    yall can say what yall want.. am just not feeling the vibes in that video n the lyrics to that song is nerve wrecking.. too much imitation in it.. be real

  21. papa met!
    August 23, 2013

    doe worry with them na Donnel , adidi and bert.. use those negative comments as a motivation. Dominicans like to bring down their own ppl. go and see them for fest want to take photos with machel montano this year while they does support their won.. in their murrrr…

  22. Anonymous
    August 23, 2013

    EWW.. THIS IS WACK_ no hate, its only motivation

  23. SEX-SEX-SEX?
    August 23, 2013

    Big up to our Dominican artists…The video was nice…the tune had a great lil feel to it..definitely a song that we can jam in the club to..

    However I have a burning question!

    WHENNN did it become ALLL about the men? When did it because women catering to the every need of a man..stroking their egos… “totally understanding her man and his needs, stands by him and is down for him…”

    I haven’t heard anything about the men returning the favour in this song?

    Back in the day it was all about courtship…there is a species which is rapidly becoming extinct and that is GENTLEMEN, who did not only think about a woman as someone to cater to his every need….but who also wanted to cater to her every need…not only physically but also emotionally and spiritually..

    Another species becoming extinct are LADIES. You know, the kind who used to make men wait for it…Now a days women feel if they don’t act like sexual objects and give in right away the men will go to a woman who will..WELL LET THEM GO THEN! HE DOESN’T DESERVE YOU IF HE WON’T WAIT FOR IT!

    This song talks about “She lets me do my thing at the end of the day she knows I’m a man what it is..”…SMH…

    I am not discrediting the artists…I love the feel of the song…I just wish the lyrics were a little better as it relates to the ladies.

  24. Dcamassive
    August 23, 2013

    Keep up the good work boys. In life there will always be negative vibes but use it to get stronger and most importantly do what makes YOU happy.

  25. Anonymous
    August 23, 2013

    wow. Bring back the 90’s slow jams. No auto tune and real lyrics for lovers. Imitation pop RnB …not feeling it. Shame there is not a way to do it in a DA style instead of yanking.

    • Undefined
      August 23, 2013

      I agree im not feeling this too much its okay but its not mind blowing or nothing

    • love
      August 24, 2013

      Can someone please explain to me what is a DA style?

      • Anonymous
        August 25, 2013

        when i say that in my post i mean add a little local flavour to the groove..

  26. Anonymous
    August 23, 2013

    Foolishness dat

  27. Mizz J
    August 23, 2013

    Stupes. Where’s the originality?

    • lightbulb
      August 23, 2013

      true, it is good body of work, but nothing that stands out against the likes of Drake and the rest.

      I would preferred if they had maintained the Dominican connection, for example Smokey say he drives Escudo not Hummer, BIG K.R.I.T rhymes with his heavy southern drawl,

      not knocking the effort, of the professional style of the production, but you guys are selling yourself short.

  28. Bereal
    August 23, 2013

    The Hip Hop crew in DA is real funny. Hip hop is not just a style it is a culture. A culture that you just cannot have in DA. If these guys want to see what the real hip hop world is like, they ought to leave sunny nature isle and go to the hood and hang out for a few years.. The imitaion is flattering but it feels fake..

    • YES I
      August 23, 2013

      FINALLY SOMEONE WHO GETS IT!!!!!!!!!!!! :-D

    • True Dominican
      August 23, 2013

      Foolish! Where is keeping the culture in Dominica bringing us? Nowhere??? The thing you people call “bouyon” or local is going anywhere. Music evolves..People also do things they love..Not everyone can do the bouyon or kandance or zouk…Please!!! The same applies to dress..Why don’t you walk around with creole attire? All our women in peplum and skater dresses and see through tops; high low dresses..The same American culture that you cry down!! Stop eat the KFC; at eat your fig and oil! Yall just too double standard!! Make me sick!!!

    • Anonymous
      August 23, 2013

      hood my ..most of these rappers aint from no hood..look at an artist like drake…never been in the hood a day in his life and still can create dope music..get outta here with that ignorant b.s

      • Anonymous
        August 25, 2013

        most people do not know the difference between hip hop and rap… Drake is a rapper but not hip hop.

        KRS is hip hop. Common is hip hop. Rick Ross is RAT lol

  29. ImJustSaying
    August 23, 2013

    I love the gentleman Deearr voice you can come an sing for me anyday sweety!!Lovely video and it does a great job in showcasing places in Dominica because now I want to go to that villa when I visit again! Only issue is I feel the first rapper needs a lil improvement n no im not hating seeing that opinions=hate now a days ijs..but overall loved it :lol: :-D

  30. Ben Dover
    August 23, 2013

    Are they Dominicans?

    • ReeAreLeeTea
      August 23, 2013

      lOl

  31. oh boy
    August 23, 2013

    ummm ok…I did not expect to see Ms.Professional, Consultant Jahna McLawrence as a video model…but ok, to each his/her own.

    • blueblue
      August 23, 2013

      ……….and your point is…..?

    • 2 CuTe
      August 23, 2013

      Ja , you have a Hater right there !

    • smh
      August 23, 2013

      What exactly is wrong with being a ‘video model’? Stereotyping much? If anything it should have gotten through into your thick skull that the women u are so quick to make assumptions about for appearing in a video actually are doing other things with their lives including someone like Jahna who is Master’s Degree level educated. It’s people like u who discourage beautiful, intelligent young women from being willing to participate in a fun project and be in a video. Then it’s the same people like you will talk about same girls in every video or describe the girls who do it as ghetto etc….

      • antigaun possie
        August 23, 2013

        amen

      • i expected this
        August 24, 2013

        Thank you.

    • stupes
      August 23, 2013

      and does it well…

      hits a nerve doesnt it :lol:

    • i expected this
      August 24, 2013

      Dear ignorant,
      i knew you would comment. You may find my professional answer on my facebook page.
      Sincerely,
      jahna mc.lawrence
      msc. Bsc. Honours.
      consultant, artist, beautiful human being.

    • hmm
      August 27, 2013

      DNO what happened to this part of your policy: we “will delete comments that……………….include PERSONAL ATTACKS”

    • pragmatic
      August 27, 2013

      OH NO…!!! please don’t attack the lady’s profession.. After all she is not just a beautiful model. she has brains to add with it unlike, what you comment reflects of you. There was nothing wrong with her role.

      I guess you are one of those hard-backs who’s expectations serves as a impoundment to the flows of other’s multiple income streams!!! :evil:

  32. Krazy
    August 23, 2013

    seems like you guys are openin the way for more porn shows film n airing to take place with young ppl with that video…. put it down for your man…?

  33. Jazzy..
    August 23, 2013

    I have a tremendous amount of respect for our local artists and musicians who aren’t afraid of stepping out of the norm and doing the type of music they love.I’ve followed this Deearr guy and lionheart for quite some time and this type of music fits him perfectly,from his look to his swagger,and I hope he will never stop doing what he loves.I see a star in the making.Great video,perfect song.They match well together.Everybody on the song was on point and and another huge production by Ambo Visuals,y’all run the video scene in Dominica right now!! Kudos!

  34. positive vibez
    August 23, 2013

    Great talent coming from Portsmouth i must say!!!! nice lyrics, three lovely, sophisticated young ladies carrying themselves really well , very decent….. just a great collaboration….. expecting big things from this video!!!! big up to the man Chad Ambo a job well done!!!!!

  35. UDOHREADYET
    August 23, 2013

    I’m just happy to see these guys work together creatively and not selling drugs together. The performance is a good start technically and creatively they still have to find their real voice or brand and like branches in a tree sing together when the wind whistles through… combine that with who they are as Dominicans singing international music… UREADY!

  36. d/a chick in uk
    August 23, 2013

    nice tune n video..I can SEE this video on BET..the 1st grl was a bit too plain but otherwise…5stars for vid

    • Dcan2DBONE
      August 23, 2013

      you can see THIS video on BET? LMBO!
      I looked at it first – with no volume just to pick out oddities.

      I just couldnt get pass the men licking their lips or whatever it is they are doing with their lips.

      the first girl keep looking at the screen and i’m not sure if her eyes are bulging.

      And the make up on the one with the pink and white dress – the blush was off (but that’s just nit picking from someone who analiyses videos.

      Keep doing videos… they can only get better

      • stfu
        August 26, 2013

        Dcan2DBONE…..maybe you should be in the video yourself or better yet sponsor your money and contract a multi million dollar company to do the directing, make up and wardrobe….or maybe you should advise on some ugly girls and use camera tricks to change their physical features to look like what you would like to see…..nit pick still…if u were so perfect and know what to do and what it should look like then maybe you should study videography, film directing and make up artistry so that you could provide your services to the audio visual community in dominica and contribute to their development so videos can reach BET level.

      • stfu
        August 27, 2013

        DNO YOU DELETE MY COMMENT…lol…Dcan2DBONE unless you are a film director yourself and could offer your editing skills to these folks you should keep your comments in your head.

  37. Johnny didn't run
    August 23, 2013

    My My!!! Thats a song man!! Got me tingling!!! Nice vid as well!! Good job guys!! Love it!All day! That’s on my phone already!

  38. christel!!!
    August 23, 2013

    Omg I loveeeeeeee it! Great work guys! Portsmouth people have talent. Keep up the gOod work and continue doing positive things to make our town proud! I know some goats soon come here with their negative talk but don’t worry……after all we can’t stop the rain from “falling”

  39. Original Boncal
    August 23, 2013

    Yeh a lil slow grind for the lovers,mind u make ppl make babies on that song dere my brodda lol,good job on the video and nice song,keep up the good work,reppin possiie to the fullest,beautiful girls

  40. pooda
    August 23, 2013

    Yes ye yea. All u fellas know how I feel about the movement already. Just waitin to see what.the ignorant untalented dream killers have to.say this time .

    • christel!!!
      August 23, 2013

      Hahahahaha pooda u done knw they have to comment!

  41. concerned
    August 23, 2013

    love it

  42. WHAT
    August 23, 2013

    good song,good video you would never know they were dominicans thou

    • Love
      August 23, 2013

      With all due respect. What do you mean by the latter part of your comment?

      • WHAT
        August 23, 2013

        nothing bad,i just mean that when you hear any caribbean artist, we as caribbean people can guess which island the artist is from but with these guys, as talented and good as they are, there is no way i would know they were dominican unless i was told,and as a proud dominican that just makes me feel a little sad but no big scene,the song and video is good ,i enjoyed it,

    • Love
      August 24, 2013

      Ok, I got you. Thanks for responding. I had the same thought as you. Unless told one wouldn’t know these are my fellow Dominicans. I did enjoy it as well though. One Love.

  43. Looker
    August 23, 2013

    Great video…boring song….off with the beat

  44. Anonymous
    August 23, 2013

    Damn!! Big up to the possie talent crew. Making waves guys. Chad is outdoing himself with each video. Ambo Visuals to the World!!!!!

  45. Prada Boi..
    August 23, 2013

    Creative ways to showcase talent is vital for personal growth…This video does just that.Great song great video..keep on shining…

  46. Anonymous
    August 23, 2013

    Not bad at all!! :-)

  47. Yes Fada!
    August 23, 2013

    Sloooooow griiiiiind! Go Donnel, loving it bruh! Awesome vid, great work Chad…talent in the north tun’ up!!!

  48. papa met!
    August 23, 2013

    wey to go guys!

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