Tag "Soca"

Real Vibez Krew (@REALvibezKREW) keeping you rocking with an another soca mix entitled “Soca Showdown Volume 18” released in March, 2016. Featuring Soca songs, Hits and recent releases.

Blaqrose Supreme (@blaqroselive)  presents his last Soca Mixtape dropped in February, 2016 on Soundcloud. featuring Soca great and new Songs and Riddims.

Created to inspire ALL Caribbean nations that are united by their love of rhythmic vibes, this track has effortlessly earned its place amongst the upper echelon of hits for this season. Front man Julien Believe along with Fadda Fox, Ricardo Drue and Beenie Man present the new airwaves dominator, “Party Ambassadors”. Guaranteed to get you jumping, whining and celebrating, Party Ambassadors pays homage to the most celebrated festival in the Bahamas known as Junkanoo.

“Memory” is a collaboration by two of the Caribbean’s finest entertainers, Machel Montano & Tarrus Riley, produced by Anson Soverall, and written by Dale Ryan, Kit Israel, Emmanuel RudderMachel Montano & Tarrus Riley.

Soca Music First (SMF) releases his first 2016 Soca Riddim entitled “Jumbie Jab Riddim” in January, 2016. Featuring Soca Princes like Bada Dan, Bazuka, Militant, Bunji Garlin, Cloud 5, Loose Cannon, Mr Killa, Legz and others talented voices of trinidad. “Jumbie Jab Riddim” is available for free download on mediaz-empire.com.

Official music video for Barbadian Super Producer and Artiste King Bubba FM‘s 2015 Soca Music hit “Rum King” (Ah Just Start) (Carbon Copy Riddim). Carbon Copy Riddim is available for free download on mediaz-empire.com

Neighbour, the first release for 2015 from Deeper Than Soca’s artist Sedale, does just that – it appeals to our sense of community and encourages us to party as one; to immerse in this unique bond which is fueled by the passion of the people, the rhythm of the music and the aura of the Season. Yes, “Bounce on your neighbour, hail up your neighbour, drink with your neighbour, because Carnival is the time to come together!”

“Everybody” is a new single by Scrappy written & produced by G Johnson, recorded and mastered at Adiktiv Studios, London UK.