Ananda/Sokah2Soca

Ananda/Sokah2Soca

Originally posted on the blog Sokah2Soca (www.sokah2soca.com). We bring you only the best new music, while Island Vybe Radio rocks it live on the air!!

 
It has been a while since we posted a Chutney Soca song. We have not ignored Chutney Soca music, as one can tell by our sidebar music posts for the genre. So why so little Chutney Soca? Simply put, there are two reasons. Firstly, the topics were tiresome, especially the 'rum songs'. Secondly, the main reason was the fact that Bollywood-themed songs took over from Caribbean originality. So, one may rightly ask, "Why this song?" Raymond is singing about Indian wedding experiences in the Caribbean that highlight the phenomenon of Bollywood song influence; however, he did so with the use of an infectious Caribbean Chutney Soca vibe. While we appreciate this approach, on the flip side, we find it unsatisfactory to incorporate the vibe of a Bollywood song into a Chutney Soca song, as it fails to capture the essence of Caribbean Chutney Soca. 
 
We conclude with the following: we love Chutney Soca music and would definitely post more songs on this platform. Having said that, we think you will love this song and the entire production. Well done, Raymond, and kudos to the entire production team.
 
YouTube Notes (edited/rephrased):
The Guyanese people inspired me to recreate a dance—not just any ordinary dance, but a unique one. The catchy phrase "Touch D Ground, Touch D Ground" instantly sprang to mind as I observed their graceful dancing.
 
The pride, joy, and appreciation for the culture caught my immediate attention, but it was the expression of humility and respect for Mother Earth that has resonated with me since that day.
 
This music video revisits a traditional Hindu wedding theme, “The Wedding Ah the Year,” showing how people celebrate, enjoy, and dance to their favorite Bollywood songs.
 
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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Touch D Ground "T.D.G."
Artiste/Performed by: Raymond Ramnarine
Produced by: Bakyard Studios 
Producers: Raymond Ramnarine / Richard Ramnarine
Additional Drum Production: A.J.R 
English Lyrics: V. Ramnarine / A. Ramnarine
Background Vocals by: Jerome Charles / Stephen Marcelle
Hype Vocals: Jerome Charles
Mixed By: Avenash Richard Ramnarine
Mastered by: Nikholai Greene 
Artwork by: K.O.D
Executive Producer: Kuchela Entertainment 
Genre: Chutney Soca
 
Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). No copyright infringement is intended! We don't own the rights to this music; it is presented here for promotional use only. We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't download and share them and rob the artists of needed income! I, nor this blog, make any claims of ownership over any of the videos, songs, photos, or graphics used for this post because they all belong to their respective owners.
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Originally posted on the blog Sokah2Soca (www.sokah2soca.com). We bring you only the best new music, while Island Vybe Radio rocks it live on the air!!

 
Today we travel to the beautiful island of Saint Lucia to showcase the newly released "Unfold It" by the very talented singer Imran Nerdy. Surely, "Unfold It" will have regional Soca music lovers dancing to this infectious vibe just like they are in Castries, Saint Lucia.
 
Regional Soca artists have to do so much more to get ahead compared to the better-known artists from Trinidad and Tobago and other singers who have cemented their notoriety in North America. Having said that, Imran Nerdy' "Unfold It" should find favor regionally and become a summer hit in North America. In North America, summer is the perfect season for the infectious rhythms of Soca music to spread, particularly when Caribbean radio stations such as Island Vybe Radio feature it. 
 
If you love Soca music and the freedom that Caribbean music and culture, bring, then "Unfold It" will surely be on your playlist. So, let's celebrate and support this talented Soca artist from Castries, Saint Lucia, as he finds his sweet spot on local, regional, and international charts. Please like and share this post, as well as support the artist on his YouTube page. The more likes and views the song receives, the more attention radio stations will pay, making this song one of the more popular ones for summer carnivals and fetes in 2024.
 
YouTube Notes (edited)
Get ready to unfold and unleash Imran Nerdy's explosive new Soca anthem, "Unfold It!" Celebrate freedom, fun, and family as you dance the night away. This track is all about enjoying life and festivities (parties and fetes) with those closest to you, driven by infectious rhythms and electrifying beats.
 
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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Unfold It 
Artist/Performed by: Imran Nerdy
Written & Performed by: Imran Magloire
Produced by: Rankin Morgan (Dazzle Music)
Live Guitar: Dwight Florent
Mixed & Mastered by: Parry Jack
Origin: Saint Lucia 
Genre: Soca
 
Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). No copyright infringement is intended! We don't own the rights to this music; it is presented here for promotional use only. We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't download and share them and rob the artists of needed income! I, nor this blog, make any claims of ownership over any of the videos, songs, photos, or graphics used for this post because they all belong to their respective owners.
♫Please click the music player button below to listen now (a small triangle in the Music player/TV Frame).

Originally posted on the blog Sokah2Soca (www.sokah2soca.com). We bring you only the best new music, while Island Vybe Radio rocks it live on the air!!

 
Nessa Preppy's upcoming album, "Little Miss Arima," features an intriguing song. The featured song today is "Sha La La," with Muhammad Muwakil of Freetown Collective adding his signature vocals to accompany Nessa's sultry vocal style. 
 
This is not your typical Soca song, but a smooth musical dissertation with vocals that explore the energy and chemistry of relationships. "Sha La La" has a vibe and should be one of those songs that may 'confuse' Soca music listeners. But, regardless of your feelings about this song, we applaud the direction the producer took with it. Variety is essential in life, and we are thoroughly enjoying the vibe of this production.
 
Soca music keeps giving, and the musical variety and sweet musical styles keep moving this genre forward. Big things are coming, and Nessa Preppy's "Little Miss Arima" album should be one to look forward to. We previously featured "Motion" from the upcoming album. Soca is life, and the music keeps giving. Show your support and share this post with your social media peers. 
 
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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Sha La La 
Artists/Performed by: Nessa Preppy x Freetown Collective 
Album - Little Miss Arima
Label - Lypso Inc
Music Produced by SiGhost
Additional Production by Johann Seaton
Additional Vocals by Malone Joseph, Shanna Joseph & Tishanna Williams. 
Origin: Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Soca
 
Production Company: Twin Island Company
 
Director, DP, Editor: Josiah Persad
1st AD: Kamron Waithe
Set Design: Hannah Persad
Film Studio: AI Studio
 
Special Thanks to: David Kernahan, Conrad Baird
 
Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). No copyright infringement is intended! We don't own the rights to this music; it is presented here for promotional use only. We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't download and share them and rob the artists of needed income! I, nor this blog, make any claims of ownership over any of the videos, songs, photos, or graphics used for this post because they all belong to their respective owners.
♫Please click the music player button below to listen now (a small triangle in the Music player/TV Frame).

Originally posted on the blog Sokah2Soca (www.sokah2soca.com). We bring you only the best new music, while Island Vybe Radio rocks it live on the air!!

 
This is not your regular 'Susu-hand' where you save for a rainy day. This is music to save and use when the feeling takes over your body and vibe. This is new music for upcoming carnivals in Grenada, Saint Vincent, and Saint Lucia, as well as all other summer and fall Caribbean-styled carnivals.
 
The album features six artists: Problem Child, Motto (who produced the music), DYP, MKG, and Swappi, who all sing alongside Melick. Please check out the production notes below for the artists and songs. Each song on this album is different and brings its own vibe to the music production. 
 
All fans will be pleased with the songs on the riddim, and we are thankful and pleased to feature this mix of the songs done by Indego World (big up to Indego World for the featured mixtape). There is something for everyone. With his distinctive singing style, Motto sings about the challenges of parenthood and does so with his distinctive singing style. It is always a joy to listen to Motto sing. Problem Child's standout singing style and his song, "Special Delivery," will become fan favorites. 
 
DYP, MKG, Swappi, and Melick all sing about celebrating life and having a good time. Isn't that what Soca music is all about? So, as you dance and have a good time, keep enjoying the rhythms provided by Motto Music and continue to vibe for Carnivals in 2024 with the newly released "Susu Riddim"!
 
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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Album Title: Susu Riddim
Produced by: Motto Music (Team Foxx)
 
Artists/Name of Song:
Problem Child - Special Delivery (Saint Vincent)
Motto - Big Mood (Saint Lucia)
DYP - Tiriri (Gorgeh) (Saint Lucia)
MKG - Up & Dong
Swappi & Melick - Wassy (Trinidad/Saint Lucia)
 
Origin: Caribbean
Genre: Soca
 
Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). No copyright infringement is intended! We don't own the rights to this music; it is presented here for promotional use only. We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't download and share them and rob the artists of needed income! I, nor this blog, make any claims of ownership over any of the videos, songs, photos, or graphics used for this post because they all belong to their respective owners.
♫Please click the music player button below to listen now (a small triangle in the Music player/TV Frame).
Susu Riddim - five full length tracks.
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