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2 In A Room

Rog Nice and Dose
Background information
Origin Washington Heights, New York
Genres Hip-Hop
Years active 1990 – 1995
Labels Red Bullet Productions
Cutting Records
Charisma Records America
Rafael Vargas
Roger Pauletta

2 In A Room is a Dominican hip hop, freestyle music and house music duo, from Washington Heights, New York, which includes rapper Rafael "Dose" Vargas and producer/remixer Roger "Rog Nice" Pauletta, who was replaced by Edwin "Floodlight" Ovalles after 1990. They are best known for their 1990 hit single "Wiggle It". It spent two weeks at #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play chart (and #3 in the UK Singles Chart,[1 ]) and then crossed over to mainstream radio, and climbed to #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, eventually becoming a gold single. Before that, they were known for a track called "Do What You Want" (1990) that got a lot of club and DJ play in New York and Chicago.

"El Trago (the Drink)" was a #86 Billboard Hot 100 chart entry (the last of their pop hits), but they did chart several more singles on the dance chart through the 1990s.

Their first release in the UK was "Somebody In The House Say Yeah!" in the late part of 1989.

They later changed their name to Fulanito; and style of music to merengue. Vargas, also known under Dose Material, was also member of 740 Boyz from 1991.


Partial discography

Year Title Label U.S. Chart UK Singles Chart[1 ]
1989 "Somebody In the House Say Yeah!" Big Life
1990 "Do What You Want" Cutting Records
1990 "Wiggle It" Red Bullet Productions
1991 "She's Got Me Going Crazy" SBK Records
1994 "El Trago (The Drink)" Cutting Records
1995 "World Party" Cutting Records
1995 "Ahora Es (Now is the Time)" Positiva
1995 "Giddy-Up" Cutting Records

See also


  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 571. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  

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