We start this week with the super bowl celebration, Soca Touchdown Podcast MiX. Celebrating the victory of the New England Patriots over the Los Angeles Rams with the Soca Monarch collaboration, or rather quarterbacks of Soca music, Skinny Fabulous, Machel Montano, and Bunji Garlin with Famalay. As for remixes we have Willy Chin of Black Chiney with Freezy in the Split In De Middle Remix. This week’s podcast features some big Soca artists, or as you can say wide receivers, like Skinny Banton, DJ Bravo, and Lil Rick. Not forgetting our Dancehall fans, we have Sean Paul, and Richie Loop featuring Christopher Martin.
Shout out to all of our Caribbean fans, this week we bring you the Dancehall vibes with Charly Black featuring Luis Fonsi, Konshens, Demarco, and HoodCelebrityy (#TrophyGang of The Bronx). We even throw in some R&B remixes with Next and Jonn Hart. Also big up to Wataflo, representing Guyana.
We start off this Nor’easter influenced mix with some spicy DJ drops we’ve been working on, sprinkled over some hot new tracks to melt the snow, like Sean Paul’s new riddim Rope Riddim, on his label Dutty Rock, called Spin It. We also throw in a classic from Laden with Moet. We even got a little more creative with Bollywood’s Dream Girl. Then we take it to the Soca side with tracks by Erphaan Alves & Blaxx. This week we sampled remixes of Don Omar’s Danza Kuduro, Justin Bieber’s Baby, Duffy with Mercy, and not forgetting Katy Perry with One That Got Away. We threw in some Power Soca with Viking Thundah – Ringa Ringa Ringbang, Colin Lucas – Do The Iwer, Butterfly, Shadow, Wave, Machel Montano & Xtatik with Footsteps, More Gyal by Wanskie. Managing to crank the BPM to the max with Can’t Lose This Time by Power Generation, Pace by Travis World and Aaron Duncan, Riot by Problem Child, The General by Skinny Fabulous. This week we end on the Reggaeton tip with Krippy Kush remix by Farruko and Bad Bunny.
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.
We begin this week’s podcast with the mega-hit by Masicka – Ten Otta Ten, and then the Vybz Kartel – All I Wanna Do which samples Justin Bieber’s Sorry. Also featuring the dancehall hit by Aidonia – Bruise. We then have some remixes featuring tracks by Alkaline. This week we feature U. K.’s dancehall star Gappy Ranks alongside Jamaica’s international hitmaker Gyptian. Continuing on the dancehall side we have some big dance tracks for the clubs by Demarco. Also featuring a rising hit by Ken Vybz with Push It In. We then take it back in time to the classics with hits by Super Cat featuring Heavy D., Ninja Man, Daddy Lizard, Little Lenny. Not forgetting the Hip Hop influence we also have a Hip Hop remix featuring PnB Rock. Then we take it to the Soca side of the podcast with 2018’s Control which features Malaika and Stadic. Not forgetting heavy hitters in the Soca genre like Patrice Roberts, Kerwin Du Bois, Hypasounds, K Rich (a Rihanna sampled remix).