Yolanda Be Cool vs D Cup - We No Speak Americano ( Official Video)




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Published on Jul 1, 2010

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Découvrez le tube Swing House des Australiens YOLANDA BE COOL & Dcup !!
Dispo sur http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/we-n...

Yolanda Be Cool est le nom du duo formé par Sylvester Martinez et Johnson Peterson. Les deux Australiens choisissent leur nom en hommage à une scène du film « Pulp Fiction » (1994).

Dans ce long métrage de Quentin Tarantino, Samuel Jackson alias Jules Winnfield demande à la serveuse d'un café nommée Yolanda de se calmer, en anglais : «Yolanda, be cool ».

Pulp Fiction marque donc définitivement les deux Australiens qui y font également référence dans leur titre « Villalobos for presidente », puisque Madame Esmeralda Villalobos n'est autre qu'un des personnages de « Pulp fiction » joué par Angela Jones.

Le duo Yolanda Be Cool se fait remarquer avec son premier titre, « Afro nuts » (2009).
Mais le succès arrive en 2010 lorsque les deux acolytes décident de mêler swing et house pour le titre « We no speak americano ».

Ce single, pour lequel les deux Australiens collaborent avec le DCUP (producteur australien de son vrai nom Duncan MacLennan) est une reprise du classique italien «Tu vuo fa l'americano » de Renato Carosone.

Ecrit par Carosone et Nicola «Nisa» Salerno en 1956, ce tube a déjà connu de multiples reprises mais les Yolande Be Cool offrent cette fois l'harmonie parfaite entre swing et house créant ainsi un vrai phénomène mondial...

N°2 des Ventes et N°1 des Downloads

#1 in Australia
#1 in Sweden
#1 in Hungary
#1 in Norway
#1 in Holland
#1 in Romania
#1 in Denmark
#1 in Luxemburg
#2 in UK
#2 in Scandinavia
#2 in Belgium
#3 in Finland
#5 in Turkey
#6 in Germany
#9 in Greece
#8 in New Zealand
#1 Mobile downloads Africa
#3 Radio chart Israel
#2 Spain - I tunes chart
#3 AIRPLAY Chart Russia
#4 Platinum Sales Australia
In Italy Yolanda Be Cool & D Cup won the "Premio Carosone 2010" award
this year as best international artist!

If Sylvester Martinez and Johnson Peterson, aka Yolanda Be Cool, were in the Carpenters, they would be singing "We've only just begun."

With their first original, Afro Nuts being licensed to Fabric 49, mixed by Buraka Som Sistema, Wax On, mixed by Fake Blood, MASHED, mixed by Miami Horror and Beni as well as Neon Essential Vol 2 mixed by Grant Smillie, Don Diablo and Ruby Rose, Yolanda Be Cool has quickly become a familiar name.

In AND out of the studio, for these two cats that have more experience than their time as YBC would suggest, juxtaposition is everything. Bow ties and converse. Hip hop and techno. Animal noises and nightclubs. Pretty girls and tattoos. Unused hotel rooms. Or in their words, "party tech."

And it is to their greatest satisfaction that their peers, such as Solo, Renaissance Man, Round Table Knights and Radioclit, Drop the Lime, Brodinski and Malente (to name but a few!) have been the ones most willing to first lay props on their tunes, not to mention radio support from Kissy Sellout and Sinden!

  • Category

  • Song

    • Tu vuo' fa' l'americano
  • Artist

    • Renato Carosone
  • Album

    • Tu vuo' fa' l'americano
  • Writers

    • Nicola Salerno, Renato Carosone
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • Pirames International Srl (on behalf of Italian Copyright Protection); EMI Music Publishing, União Brasileira de Compositores, LatinAutor, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, SODRAC, LatinAutor - UMPG, and 9 Music Rights Societies
  • Song

  • Artist

  • Album

    • We No Speak Americano (13 Mixes)
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • [Merlin] XelonEntertainment, The Orchard Music, WMG (on behalf of D-Noy Muzik)


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