Bamboo Fiah Riddim
If you caught any of the stage shows, you probably saw at least some if not all four of the artistes featured on this groovy riddim. Take a listen to “Body Talk” by Big Red, “Purrrfect” by Timeka Marshall, “Bamboo Fiah” by Trevon Vibez, and “Cyan Dun” by Lil Red (yes, he is Lil Red’s son).
Get familiar with Guyanese artistes
Melissa Roberts, aka Vanilla, has been creating high-energy tunes since she burst on the scene in 2005. In 2007, her song "Queen of the Band" won her the Mashramani Road March title. She is also the the Manager at Kross Kolor Records. I love her energetic tracks and her "up in yuh face" fashion sense. Check out some of her latest work!
I love Trevon's story. Like me, he returned to Guyana for six months vacation in 2016 and fell in love with his homeland. Since then he has performed with major artistes like Machel Montano , Bunji Garlin , and many Guyanese artiste at various stage shows around the country. His smooth melodic voice makes his groovy soca songs so addictive. Get familiar!
Guyanese soca artiste Jumo Primo is getting our waistlines ready for Guyana Carnival 2018. The lead singer of Byron Lee’s Dragonnaires has become the face of Guyanese soca and is best known for his raspy voice and wire waistline. So how many women will be brave enough to pelt it on Mr. "Rubber Waist" at Guyana carnival?
36-year-old Adrian Dutchin has been in the soca industry for years, releasing his first solo project at only age twenty-two. Dutchin is well known in the soca industry due to his collaborations with international artistes like Krosfyah, Problem Child, and fellow Guyanese Jumo Primo. He has a long list of popular songs including "Soca Do Me" and "I Am A Guyanese."