Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2014 Music Videos blog

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Soca Music is truly evolving and finding its way to many different parts of the world. For many years the art form has been kept limited to the Caribbean, some parts of North America and England. But in recent time Soca is being introduced to countries like Africa and Australia to name a few. This migration of music could be due to social integration but mostly the internet, as the younger generation of music in Trinidad and Tobago are reaching out to the world via music.

Here are some Soca releases for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2014.

The first track comes from Patrice Roberts who has clearly matured musically. The name of the Track is “Hold on Tight.”

In the Official Music Video, Patrice taunts a man with her dance moves and sexiness, which drives him to day dream about her sensual moves and sexy figure. The video is also a remix to the original track and is a bit different than her regular music video. Check it out.

The Second Music Video is from non other that reigning Power and Groovy Soca Monach title holder Machel Montano. This artiste in himself is an entire story as he has triumph and overcome many hurdles to reach this point in his musical career.

In the Official Music Video for his track titled “Happiest Man Alive,”  Machel land in the middle of the desert, but doesn’t seem phased as he stumbles upon a sexy lady scantly clad in a costume. The woman then leads him to a garden of women thus making him the {HMA}, Check it out.

Last but certainly not least we have Soul Train Award winner, Bunji Garlin. So much could be said about this incredible artiste who has shown that persistence is the way to go. If ever you feel like giving up, just think about Bunji. From his many “ups and Down to where he is now, you could say he is a modern day “Fairy Tail” story.

In his latest video release, the Viking put a little something extra into the production, instead of releasing an ordinary Music Video, he took it to the streets and decided to do a “Videomentary”.i.e video/documentary. The artiste filmed parts of the video in downtown Port of Spain Trinidad, much to the delight of curious onlookers.

In the video, apart from Bunji singing and explaining how he came up with the concept and lyrics for his track titled, Carnival Tabanca, you will see scenes of every day people going about their business and even police officers doing their jobs.

Check it out.

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