Chutney parang

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Chutney parang or parang chutney is a style of music that is a cross between Venezuela, Colombia, and Trinidad and Tobago's traditional Christmas music, parang and Indo-Trinidadian chutney music. It is sung in Hindustani, Spanish, and English.

Chutney parang songs[edit]

  • "Chutkaipan" by Scrunter (Irwin Reyes Johnson)
  • "Chutney Parang" by Drupatee Ramgoonai
  • "Chutney Parang" by Rikki Jai
  • "Christmas Time" by Drupatee Ramgoonai
  • "Dinero" by Ravi B
  • "Indian Parang" by Daisy Voisin and Hazel Ramberansingh
  • "Indian Parang" by Len “Boogsie” Sharp
  • "Indian Parang Chic (Cuchi La La)" by Taxi
  • "Marry Christmas to You" by Heeralal Rampartap and Shakti D
  • "Maybelle" by Hunter (Lalchan Babwah)
  • "Milna Kar Lo (Melcar lo)"
  • "Neighbor Neighbor" by Rikki Jai
  • "Baan Kahe Mare (Pam Car Ma)" by Rasika Dindial
  • "Parosin (Neighbor)" by Heeralal Rampartap and Francisca Allard
  • "Pass the Bottle" by Rikki Jai
  • "Pull Out de Draws" by various Chutney singers, including Ravi B, Nisha B, Raymond Ramnarine, Hunter (Lalchan Babwah), Rakesh Yankaran, Anil Bheem, and Hitman (Neeshan Prabhu)
  • "Rozana" by Kishendath Singh
  • "San Kia" by Rakesh Yankaran
  • "Santa Claus" by Sonny Mann
  • "Surita from Margarita" by Sundar Popo
  • "Turkey too Big" by Hunter (Lalchan Babwah)
  • "Veni Xmas" by Rikki Jai