History of Sound

Cadence rampa

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Cadence rampa (Haitian Creole: kadans ranpa, [kadãs ɣãpa]), or simply kadans, is a dance music and modern méringue popularized in the Caribbean by the virtuoso Haitian sax player Webert Sicot in the early 1960s. Cadence rampa was one of the sources of cadence-lypso.Cadence and compas are two names for the same Haitian modern meringue.