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Bunji Garlin, Busta Rhymes’ “Drop It” Just May Be the Anthem Brooklyn Needs.

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It’s no mystery that each year, New Yorkers and carnival lovers in Miami get the last taste of the 2018 Soca, dished out and served to them just as the weather’s about to change and winter wear makes its comeback for the year.

Many would’ve already heard much of the music. Songs like Shal Marshall’s ‘Splinters.’ Voice’s ‘Year For Love’ and even the Road March anthem, Machel Montano’s ‘Soca Kingdom’ are pretty much made the rounds by now. Well, with that realised, two major players have done something to change the vibe, just in time. All hail Bunji Garlin and US Hip Hop boss, the legendary, Busta Rhymes. Together they’ve delivered something that may pretty much invoke some real fire in the US this weekend.

At midnight last night, as promised, Garlin and Busta gave us something fresh- something with a bounce that’s likely to create a stir in C2K19, in T&T. It could also mean Busta Rhymes’ grand Carnival debut. That would be huge!

Boasting a collaboration like no other, Busta previewed the release on social media yesterday, using some very colourful language to express his heartfelt appreciation for this particular link. He managed to spend some good recording time with Garlin and his wife FayAnn in NY this past week, working on ‘Drop It’ – the new single that’s been produced by Trinidad and Tobago’s 1st Klase.

Check it out below. Let us know what you think in the comments section. Brooklyn’s definitely gonna be lit this weekend with this brand new release- something New Yorkers can lay claim to, after all, this one’s being debuted in the heat of the Labor Day action!

 

 

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The Biggest Name in Soca Right Now, Hits Soca on The Seas Next Month. Know Who?

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The Miami Carnival action is heating up. Each year, people from around the world head to Miami to take in the thrill of the Miami Broward carnival but this year, for many, the excitement is doubled, this as the folks who’ve been taking a leap of faith annually, with their Soca On The Seas brand, delivers another sensational cruise on the high seas- one day after Miami Carnival has ended.

An extended vacation for some, this year’s cruise, which kicks off from October 8th and returns to the Port of Miami on October 12th, will see Soca and Afro-Soca music and culture lovers, sail off to the Bahamas. At an exotic private island called CocoCay, a J’ouvert festival will unfold on Wednesday, October 10th. Dubbed an experience that will change your life forever, the Soca on The Seas team has over the years, brought vacationers a taste of the islands, and certainly a taste of the Caribbean carnival excitement, aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise line. This particular cruise will sail on the luxurious Mariner of the Seas- a ship that boasts multiple bars & lounges, delicious dining options, a massive spa, pool, hot tubs, fitness center, and a casino.

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Dem Trini Gyal Dem… Nicki Minaj, Cardi B Beef Takes Over the Net. Meanwhile…T&T Roti and Doubles Get Big Shout.

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It’s a jungle out there and two of the wild cats creating a scene these days are none other than Hip Hop’s leading ladies, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj- both of whom have Trini blood running through their veins. The pair has been seemingly at it for a while but things escalated on the weekend when Cardi B attempted to run into Minaj’s security entourage at a New York Fashion Week event. Instead, she was on the receiving end of a bump to the face all courtesy Minaj’s bodyguards who just wasn’t having it. Of course, Cardi wouldn’t have been satisfied until she took off her shoe and threw it in the direction of the ‘Ganja Burns’ singer. Nicki was not hurt.

Amanda Seales is a Grenadian-American comedian.

Well, it certainly didn’t end there. The banter between these two equally successful rappers continues this week and many have been weighing in on the attempted face off. One of the comments that has however left us all chuckling here in the Caribbean is that of Grenadian-American comedian and actress Amanda Seales.

She, of course, gave her two cents on the topic, expressing a point of view that started with a disclaimer that she does not condone violence, before telling her online viewers that there’s really no right place for a fight to go down. Her final comment, however, gave the Trinidad and Tobago delights Roti and Doubles, some pretty good publicity. We’re cracking up over here!

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