Double the soca
some of the region’s hottest soca stars had rhythm lovers doing some “serious wukkin” Friday night in the BTI Car Park in Bridgetown. At the dual album launch Soca Titans there, which featured the Dwain Antrobus 2010 soca album Riddim Up and Peter Coppin’s The Evolution Of Soca, recording artistes gave some dynamic performances as they entertained an average crowd. “Big acts” included Rupee, Edwin, Li’l Rick, Gorg, Farmer Nappy, Skinny Fabulous, Contone, John Mahameed and JW&Blaze, among others. Rupee, who recently toured Europe, motivated Everybody to Go Crazy and Blame It On The Music as they Jump[ed] into Insomnia. As his audience followed his instructions,the artiste give Thanks, finally advising them it was Against The Law to disclose What Happens In The Party.
Afterwards, Jamaican artiste Mad Dawg led the young “gals and guys” to get “scrawl up” to his Early Morning hit; and Vincentian Skinny Fabulous further Charged Up the already hyped-up crowd with his Head Bad and Wining Pro. Then JW&Blaze had the rocking crowd Palanc[ing]. (AH)