It’s a new year, and we have new tings in store! Recently we’ve teamed up with Radial, a growing Music Streaming service based in Trinidad & Tobago. While we show love to Dancehall, Reggae, Hip Hop, and Reggae Fusions, we have a lil love for the Soca Music. To show our love a little more, we’re kicking off a weekly Playlist series on Radial to highlight our top 5 songs we’re feeling for the week (maybe a bonus track here or there)! We urge you to head on over to GetRadial.com, or download “Radial” in the iTunes App Store to check out our Playlists! Time to “Wuk Up” and “Get On Bad“!
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Still not over raving all weekend? No worries because Shane Talon has a mix to ensure you can continue throughout the rest of the month. Titled “Soca Mix 2K14“, this is over a hour of some of the baddest Soca music to keep you “wukking” whenever and wherever. Whether you’re in Jamaica, Trinidad, USA, or even the UK, this is the mix for you from Shane Talon. Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Ready for some Soca music? Then let top Internet Radio station PonDEnds deliver it fresh to you today with a new mix! Titled “The Best Of 2014 Soca Mix” and mixed by DJ Franz, you’ll be entertained by energetic Soca music from some of the best including Bunji Garlin, Machel Montano, Kes The Band and more! Keep this mix on your playlists and get ready to “mash up the place“! Do remember to visit PONdENDS.com daily for some great music. Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Getting you ready for the Carnival season is Acmatic with something new! Titled “Backdrop“, we get a little story from King Lopo about meeting a girl at the Road March and proceeding to dance with her. Later down the ladies are then instructed to make the song their own and let their booty “Backdrop“. Great effort from the crew as this sounds ready for all the Road Marches and Soca related events. Play this with their earlier single, “Make Her Jump“. Always a good listen from Acmatic, make it your song. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s that time of year to Socacize and Fatalic Sounds has the proper mix to get you started. Titled “Waistline Workout: Bacchanal Body“, this is almost an hour worth of body rocking, hip gyrating, and road crushing Soca music from some of the best out there with Fatalic Sounds beautifully mixing them together. Whether you’re a Soca fan or not, this mix a pretty good listen. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.