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What does Iko Iko Ande mean?

What does Iko Iko Ande mean?

“Iko Iko” was like a victory chant that the Indians would shout. “Jock-A-Mo” was a chant that was called when the Indians went into battle. I just put them together and made a song out of them. Really it was just like “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”. That was a phrase everybody in New Orleans used.

Who wrote Iko Iko lyrics?

James Crawford
Rosa Lee HawkinsBarbara Anne HawkinsJoan Marie Johnson
Iko Iko/Lyricists

What movie is the song Iko Iko in?

Rain ManIko Iko / Movie

Who sampled Iko Iko?

Captain Jack’s ‘Iko Iko’ sample of Boney M.’s ‘Hooray! Hooray! It’s a Holi-Holiday’ | WhoSampled.

What does Jocomo fee Nan Nay mean?

It’s a very good year
Jocomo Fee No An Dan Day is Chokma Finha an dan deye (a mixture of half Native American, half Creole) “It’s very good, at the rear” Jocomo Fee Nan Nay is Chokma Finha – Ane (a mixture of half Native American, half Creole) “It’s a very good year!”

What does Iko mean in English?


Acronym Definition
IKO Institute for Structures and Machine Design (University of Maribor, Slovenia)
IKO Installation Knowledge Online (US Army website)
IKO Innovation, Know-How, and Originality (trademark of Nippon Thompson, Co., Ltd)

What year did Iko Iko song come out?

2019Iko Iko / Released

Who started the Iko Iko challenge?

The dance was shared by everyone from Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown to former FLOTUS Michelle Obama, and was covered everywhere from the New York Times to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I love seeing people come together and have fun,” says the routine’s original choreographer, 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon.

Where did the song Iko Iko come from?

“Iko Iko” by The Dixie Cups It turns out the song, originally titled “Jock-a-Mo,” was actually written in 1953 by James “Sugar Boy” Crawford. It tells of a parade collision between two “tribes” of Mardi Gras Indians.

When did Iko Iko come out?

When did the song Iko Iko come out?

Why is Iko Iko so popular?

One of the most well-known songs of Mardi Gras is “Iko-Iko,” made popular after an impromptu jam session was caught on tape by songwriting greats Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. In 1965 New Orleans girl group The Dixie Cups were recording for Leiber & Stoller’s Red Bird Records in a New York studio.