On Nigivir, Francky Vincent continues his string of albums that provide humor, sex, sarcasm, and unmitigated grooves that extend the listener's and dancer's pleasure. His songwriting talents are strong and, although some of his compositions smack of sameness, provide enough change to avoid the staleness of some 1990s zouk. His forte and trademark are strong, deep grooves that are simple but hypnotic. This album is no exception. The title track was a huge hit in the Antilles, as was "Constipation," the reply to his huge hit from the 1980s, "Deconstipation." He can make you laugh while dancing to his unrelenting grooves that have more edge to them than the typical sleepy zouk love. There is no filler here. Every track can move the dancer's hips. The high king of sensual porn comes through again with the TNT that sparks the dance floor. Highly recommended.
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