Bunji Garlin – Red Light District [Trinidad Soca 2014]

Listen to new Red Light District by Bunji Garlin for Trinidad Carnival 2014!




Bunji GarlinRed Light District
Written by Ian Alvarez
Produced By Studio B


Machel Montano – M.O.R. (Ministry of Road)


Listen to new M.O.R. (Ministry of Road) by Machel Montano for Trinidad Carnival 2014!



Machel MontanoM.O.R. (MINISTRY OF ROAD)
Written by Jelani “Pops” Shaw, Kasey Phillips & Machel Montano
Produced & Mixed by P.A.G.E., Precision Productions & Machel Montano
Background Vocals by Nikita Browne, Jenna De Leon & Jelani Shaw
Mastered by Mike Wells, CA


Benjai – Give It All To Meh

Listen to new Give It All To Meh by Benjai for Trinidad Carnival 2014!


BenjaiGive It All To Meh
Written by Emmanuel Rudder, Produced by Millbeatz Entertainment, Mastered by Mad Men Productions


Jab Jab Riddim [Trinidad Soca 2014]

Listen to the new Jab Jab Riddim produced by Millbeatz Entertainment for Trinidad Carnival 2014!



Iwer George – Jab Jab Life
Written by Massacre and Iwer George


Olatunji Mad Up In This
Written by Olatunji Yearwood


Farmer Nappy – Big People Party

Listen to new Big People Party by Farmer Nappy for Trinidad Carnival 2014!





Bunji Garlin X Busta Rhymes – Differentology Remix

Listen to Differentology Remix by Bunji Garlin and Busta Rhymes for Trinidad Carnival 2014!





Bunji Garlin Interview on The Hot97 Morning Show

Bunji Garlin aka The Viking gives the crew at The Hot97 Morning Show a breakdown of his huge Trinidad Carnival 2012 hit, Differentology. He schools them with grace and style on Trinidad and Tobago’s musical history, his wife – Soca artist – Fay-Ann Lyons, and more!




B-Roca caught up with B-Roca to ask him a few questions about how he got started in Soca music. Check out the interview below.


Who is B-Roca?

B-Roca is a young producer, song writer and artist from the island of Barbados in the West Indies (Caribbean). I’ve been involved in music from around the age of 6 or 7 and haven’t stopped since.

How would you describe your sound?

Hmmm…well my music is a mixture between Reggae/Dancehall, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soca. Basically its a fusion of the different genres which I have been exposed to all my life. My friends and I like to call it ‘Roca’.

‘Roca’! We like that!

Who is your dream Caribbean artist to work with?

Well right now my dream artist to work with as a producer is anyone who can come up with good music because everyone who is someone today was nobody at some point and the “nobody’s” of today deserve a chance to be heard in my opinion. As an artist however I definitely look forward to working with Chronixx sometime soon. I think he is a perfect representation of the future of music Caribbean music. Young and fresh but still true to his roots.

Who have you collaborated with?

Thus far my collaborations have been limited as an artist. I think as a new artist it’s important that you let people hear who you are musically first and foremost and then you branch out with the big collaborations once you have an identity of your own. As a producer on the other hand I have worked with the likes of Shurwayne Winchester and Orlando Octave from Trinidad & Tobago, Darrio and Bugle from Jamaica, and Peter Ram, Inches and loads of Barbadian artists.

What can we expect from you for Barbados/Trinidad Soca 2014 or 2015?

Thus far i think i have grown from year to year and have really established myself as a fore runner when it comes to my contributions to the Soca season particularly in Barbados over the past few years and 2014 and beyond will be no different.

Where do you get your inspiration?

I just love music…I love creating something that i has the power to impact the way people feel when they hear it. The feeling that you as an artist/producer feels when you see the reaction of people when your music comes on is something that is difficult to describe…That’s my real motivation or a big part of it anyways.

What are you most proud of in your career as a producer?

I’m most proud of the fact that my music is travelling all over the world entertaining people.

Where can we listen to your music?

You can listen to my music on Soundcloud at BROCA246

Can we stalk you on Twitter and Facebook?

You can stalk me anywhere! lol. Follow me on Twitter @broca246 or check me out on


Ravi B – Breakaway [Trinidad Soca 2014]


Listen to new Trinidad Carnival 2014 Soca Breakaway by Ravi B!


Ravi BBreakaway
Written By: Ravi B & GBM
Produced, Mixed & Mastered By: GBM Productions




iDesire Yard Gear Clothing



iDesire is the hot new summer collection by UK soca artist Ms Desire. She has joined forces with the designers at German-based dancehall brand Yard Gear Clothing.

Established in 2002, Yard Gear Clothing sets high standards with its outstanding designs and high-quality fabrics. Yard Gear Clothing is worn by some of the Caribbean’s biggest superstars such as Bunji Garlin, Machel Montano, Busy Signal, and Mavado, just to name a few.


Half way through the European leg of her Dare to Dream Tour, Ms Desire is extremely excited about iDesire “I am super excited for people to see the new stuff! It’s quirky, sexy, fun, bright and I love it”.

iDesire is set to launch worldwide on Wednesday, July 3rd!

For more information on Yard Gear Clothing please click here.

Check out Ms Desire’s new EP Dare to Dream and Tour dates here.

DJ Kaotic International – Weekend Schedule



[Video] – Differentology by Bunji Garlin

Differentology is not just a song, it’s a movement. It’s the soul of Trinidad and Tobago’s Jouvert.

According to Bunji Garlin, the master artiste behind this year’s hit, “This is just a music video – it’s not a movie, but it’s not the typical music video where there’s just a lot of dancing. There’s a story line. This video depicts man coming to life from nothingness to the formation of past, present and what will come in the future. It’s not a hard story from beginning to end- there’s still some freeness to it. I hope you enjoy.”

Watch it here:

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