2 Puerto Ricans, a Blackman and a Dominican
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2 Puerto Ricans, a Blackman and a Dominican: 2 Puerto Ricans, A Black Man And A Dominican was a short-lived house music group featuring David Morales and Robert Clivillés, David Cole, and Chep Nuñez. In 1987, it scored a hit in dance clubs with its debut song, "Do it Properly," the only release on Grooveline Records. The single was released in the UK on the London Records label; it entered the UK singles chart on 13 June 1987, and reached a peak of number 47, remaining in the chart for 4 weeks. Clivillés and Cole recorded in 1988 a sequel called "So Many Ways" with the Brat Pack on Vendetta/A&M Records. "Do It Properly" was covered again by vocalist Deborah Cooper, who worked with C+C, in 1999 for The Collaboration.
- also known as 2 Puerto Ricans a Blackman and a Dominican; 2 Puerto Ricans, a Blackman, and a Dominican; 2 Puerto Ricans, A Black Man And A Dominican
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