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Sounds Like A Hit Squad. Shurwayne, Busy, Nyce Nation & Lampshade Muzic Readying for Release.

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In a few days, a new music release hits the airwaves all courtesy one of Jamaica’s biggest entertainers, Busy Signal and Trinidad and Tobago’s Shurwayne Winchester.

Major moves are being made across Caribbean islands, defining and distinguishing a push to promote more good vibes in music; and just as organically as the era of good reggae music started, so too is this thrust to forge ties between great vocalists and premium producers.

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From the hills of St. Barbs, Laventille in Trinidad, production mastermind, Nyce Nation made an interesting but solid link with one of the Caribbean’s most versatile voices- that of Shurwayne Winchester. That then led to a connection with Jamaican production house, Lampshade Muzic – the team that made all the difference, connecting the Trinidadian artiste and production house to Jamaican reggae/dancehall hit maker, Busy Signal. Lampshade, with their vision for a major Caribbean collaboration connected Busy and Shurwayne, in the end deliver ing what can only be described as one of 2020’s most tantalizing songs.

The song is designed to deliver something that every woman will enjoy, according to the creators , and with Shurwayne behind some of the lyrics on this one , those who’ve heard it are already saying this track is pure fire.


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Buju, Koffee Among Over 100 Artistes Featured on FIFA 21 Soundtrack.

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Iconic and consistently relevant, so much so that his music is featured on the FIFA 21 soundtrack, which premiered on Monday on all streaming platforms. Reggae hit maker, Buju Banton’s single, “Unity” from his 2020 album, ‘Upside Down 2020″ sits comfortably on the main soundtrack of the gaming experience which will be available to play from October 9th for Xbox, Playstation and PC.

Also on the soundtrack are Koffee, Govana and producer Rvssian. The mix features more than 100 artists from 23 countries, inclusive of Saweetie, Sia, Nigerian singers, Fireboy DML, and Australian sensation Chløë Black. 

Fans will be able to listen to the VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack while playing other modes, and have the option to enable both sets of tracks across all menus.

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“We Can’t let COVID19 Take Away Our Music.” Destra Speaks Up.

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Unless there’s a miracle in the coming months, Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival 2021 season will be non existent. This was the expression by the country’s Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley, on Monday.

In response, many have praised the forward thinking approach of the country’s leader, while others have questioned the way forward for the fraternity of entertainers and other Carnival stakeholders whose professional lives have been halted since March. Ebuzztt.com spoke with female soca heavyweight, Destra Garcia on the topic. She said the matter at hand is one that has left many considering whether even releasing new music makes sense. “This whole thing has been an ordeal for all of us, as entertainers in general. Now, with the no carnival announcement, it throws a curve ball to the distributors of carnival on all counts, so the question now is, what do we do?” she said.

On Tuesday, announcers at one urban frequency in Trinidad and Tobago harshly criticised soca artistes who may have been contemplating whether new music should be released. Hans Devignes, an often outspoken personality said he felt this should not even be a thought since soca artistes should be releasing music year round. He argued that other artistes, attached to another popular genre of music in Trinidad and Tobago, dubbed TriniBad music, had been progressing well, even before their music made it onto the nation’s airwaves. DesVignes opined that todays entertainers must do what is necessary to capture digital markets, rather than questioning the feasibility of releasing music, outside of a particular season.

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