Still fresh in 2019 we continue the party and the celebration with Machel Montano and Angela Hunte, Patrice Roberts, DJ Bravo, and Lyrikal.
We even throw in some Bollywood vibes with the soon to be smash hit of the revamped Chamma Chamma.
On the Dancehall side of the remixes, we have Konshens featuring Chris Brown, Valentino Khan featuring Sean Paul, and Mr. Vegas.
This week’s podcast features Shaggy and Massari starting things before we spin one of Dancehall’s heavy hitter and crossover success, Mavado. We even throw in a classic, Breathe Again, the reggae version with Sweet Tea. On the classic side of things, there’s Serani with one of his breakthrough hits. We also feature the Dancehall Hero, Vybz Kartel. Alongside his protege Tommy Lee Sparta. Keeping up with the pop music remakes, we have a classic by Marvin Gaye. Then we head into some new stuff with singles by Chris Brown and Kevin Lyttle with that boombastic island vibe. Before ending this week’s podcast with Valentino Khan and Sean Paul.
Dancehall + Soca on Smash podcast is a hard and aggressive mix. Starting off with some power Soca by Marzville & Stabby, Maddzart, and not forgetting the Viking, Bunji Garlin. We also feature the Queen of Soca, Destra with her new single Bacchanal Gimme. We even throw in some classics like Soca Boys with Follow The Leader, Dance With Me by Machel Montano. Before going on the groovy side of things with some groovy soca tunes like Hot and Groovy by Militant. Then we flip things with Dancehall featuring Charly Black, Vybz Kartel and his new single Real Bad Gal (produced by Dre Skull). We even throw in some RnB and Hip Hop tunes like Kid Ink – Show Me (featuring Chris Brown). Not forgetting the soon to be the summer hit for 2018, Amara La Negra with What A Bam Bam (sampling Sister Nancy’s Bam Bam Reggae tune). We also go further up north into the Canadian side of things with Massari and Tory Lanez. Before ending the mix in the Caribbean with Rvssian of Head Concussion Records with his smash hit riddim Bashment Time Riddim, featuring Savage Savo leading the pack on this riddim with Whining Work. Not forgetting hitmakers like Charly Black and Shenseea.
We begin this week’s podcast of Dancehall Fridays and Soca Saturdays with a throwback. Potential Kidd’s controversial A Yuh Suh Nice. Then we head into some major hitters like Charley Black, Vybz Kartel, and Nas on the flipside, or rather a Hip Hop element. Featuring Moombahton remixes. Also not forgetting mixes from international DJs/producers Major Lazer. We continue on the Dancehall vibe with Koshens and Sasha before heading into a pop/EDM influenced mix session with tracks by pop stars like Halsey, Mr. Probz, Chris Brown with Benny Benassi, LMFAO, Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. This week’s podcast ends on the Soca side with the Whistle & Drums Riddim that features Soca artists like Scrilla, Trinidad Ghost, and Mr. Legz on sample beats by Trance producers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
Welcome to this week’s episode of Dancehall + Soca, the Road to Carnival Edition. We start off the mix with a remix of international dancehall star Sean Paul. Continuing on the remix path, we have a reggae version of Chris Brown’s Say Goodbye, done by Kiprich. This week follows the theme of good music, featuring the smash it Delilah by Mavado. Then we head into the bass thumping, fist pumping hits like Psy’s Gangnam Style and Calabria. Not forgetting new and instant hits on the soca side with a track by Kerwin Du Bois. We also throw in some international flavor spanning across multiple genres with Kanye West & Jay Z’s Paris, Baauer’s Harlem Shake, and The Chainsmokers with #SELFIE. Then we return to the soca theme with some hot riddims like the Whistle Drums Riddim featuring Trinidad Ghost with Bubble and Dip, also Scrilla with Wood. We decided to sample some chutney, desi and house tracks for the added kick, or rather a heavy bass. Even sprinkled some heavy hitters in the Power Soca sub-genre like Machel Montano, Lyrikal, and Bunji Garlin. To sweeten things up we also have tracks by Soca sensation K Rich and KES the Band. Not forgetting some new exclusives like Bunji Garlin and Preedy with Share It for 2018.