KlapYaHandz - Cream of the Krop Album

KlapYaHandz - Cream of the Krop Album

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1. Lisha featuring Khmer Kid - Lot doc besdong

2. Lisha - Etipol setrey

3. Yavady featuring Lisha - Kal knhom nov pi kromom

4. Lisha - Pros sa-at

5. Yungsterz - Louk ko, louk krobey

6. Yungsterz - Ah yap

7. One featuring Gang - Come talk to me

8. Gang - Watch yo neck!

9. Lisha - They forgot about us

10. Yungsterz - Snae dombong

11. Tum - Dey Srok Khmer

12. Pou Khlaing - Yuveakchum koch jet

13. Lisha - Srok sre

14. Yungsterz featuring Pou Khlaing - Bat snae

15. Lisha - Nak koimtror

16. Aping featuring Yut & Ouk - Reing jivit

17. AGO featuring Lisha, Tum & Pou Khlaing - ANGKOR pride

18. Aping - Jivit le beng kaploak

19. Aping - Labaeng jivit

20. Aping - Mdom knhom

21. Kate featuring Lisha - Get out of my life

22. Kelly - K-e-l-l-y

23. Khmer Rap Boyz featuring Kdep & Gang - Sexy

24. Khmer Rap Boyz featuring Kdep - Sanhabat baek jak

25. Kdep - Men kor ey

26. Kdep - Sne oun

27. One - Shisty girl

28. Pou Khlaing featuring Adda - Beautiful Adda

29. Pou Khlaing featuring Adda - Yeak

30. One featuring Tum & Lisha - Oun roam sexy

31. One featuring Kimchhan the Genocide Baby - Sne smos join oun

32. They featuring Gang - Youb Ti 3

33. Tum featuring Panha & Papillon Bandana - Sne Louch Lak

Executive Producer: Sok “Cream” Visal

Recorded, mixed and mastered at KlapYaHandz Studio

Phnom Penh Cambodia

KlapYaHandz production 2001 - 2010

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KlapYaHandz is a Worldwide collective of Khmer singers, rappers, artists and producers working together to promote Cambodia, its people, arts, culture and history through Hip Hop, RNB and alternative music.

In Cambodia, KlapYaHandz is an independent music label producing exclusively original tracks to promote creativity and originality with the younger generation of local Khmer artists. Their music will try to remain Khmer deep down inside. By using old Khmer music in their mix, they are trying to get the younger generation to look back to the older generation of great Khmer musicians, without whom we wouldn't be here today. They started the fusion and the remixing, they're just keeping the tradition alive. Our ancestors have left us concrete proofs of their great artistic skills for us to live on and to shine again.

We pay respect to them and show our appreciation by keeping the legacy alive, and by trying to put KHMER back on the map of the World.

Klap Back! Peace'n'luv

Cream/KlapYaHandz