24K Magic – Bruno Mars (pop/funk) Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake (pop) HandClap – Fitz and the Tantrums (alternative rock) Love on Top (Ted Smooth Remix ... Baby – UB40 (reggae) Tempted to Touch – Rupee (dancehall reggae.
Rupee This song is performed by Rupee.Rupee:Tempted 2 Touch ');var... "Tempted to Touch" is a 2004 hit single by Barbadian artist Rupee. The song reached #44 on the UK Singles Chart. A reggaeton remix of the song features Daddy Yankee. Lyrics to Tempted To.
To all the ladies Ladies who's this daddy yankee (To all the ladies ladies) Rupee better remix dimelo mai (To all the ladies ... You know I want you so much (want you so much) And I'm so tempted to touch (I'm tempted) Tempted to touch, tempted to touch.
3 Tempted to Touch - (Reggaeton remix, featuring Daddy Yankee) Lyrics 4 Tempted to Touch - (Lenny B. club mix) Lyrics 5 Tempted to Touch - (Ford club mix) Lyrics If I Can't Rupee 6 Tempted to Touch - (DJ Volume club mix) Lyrics 7 Tempted to Touch - (Eric S.
To all the ladies Ladies who's this daddy yankee (To all the ladies ladies) Rupee better remix dimelo mai (To all the ladies ... you so tight You know I want you so much And I'm so tempted to touch Tempted to touch, tempted to touch Little woman, man.
Rupee "Tempted to Touch ... the refrain for “Tempted to Touch” is rooted in the thirst for a more intimate body party. However, this soca staple also landed a reggaeton remix thanks to another act on this list, Daddy Yankee.
Rupee - tempted to touch 28. Mical teja & System 32 - night away 29. Johnny Roxx, Melloquence & Alison Hinds - roll ( BrainDead Booty Edit) 30. Celia Cruz - la vida es in carnaval (Doc & Jes MoomBahTon Remix) 31. Daddy Yankee - vaiven 32. Nicky jam.
Rupert Clarke (born September 10, 1975), best known by his stage name Rupee, is a soca musician from Barbados. He was born in military barracks in Germany to a German mother and a Bajan father, who was serving in the British armed forces at the time.
and tunes like “Tempted to Touch” were a major reason why. Taking inspiration from Beres Hammond’s 1990 hit of the same name, Bajan-British singer Rupee crafted a track that sat perfectly in the crosshairs of soca, dancehall, R&B, reggaeton and pop.