Surrender | Farmer Nappy Trinidad & Tobago 2012

One of my favorite tracks for 2011 is undoubtedly 'Flirt' by Darryl Newton Henry - 'Dat chune sweeter dan Sugar Cane".  Who is Darryl Henry? Well that is a good question and an easy one to answer if you in the know. Well Darryl is the one and only Farmer Nappy. 

Farmer Nappy better known simply as 'Farmer' is a product of the HD Family - The band Xtatic to be more exact. Farmer is a prolific instrumentalist and songwriter who has penned or has had input in several major hits for Machel Montano and the Xtatic crew. From the early days of the Panasonic Express, a band known today as Xtatic, Farmer has put his stamp on the Soca hits that Xtatic have produced for many Carnival celebrations in Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and North America. Big Truck, Music Farm and other tracks from the 1997 hit album 'Big Truck' set the stage for a solo career that has produced really sweet music. 

Farmer has graduated and has had, to date, a very successful solo career. Chippin' (with meh own woman),'Belly Dancer' and 'Woman by My Side', 'Pavement' and 'I Pay For This' are some of his hit songs to date. Of course I still believe in Flirt (my favorite tract). Well the flirtatious one is back at it again and has delivered 'Surrender' for your listening pleasure. 

Surrender to something is a must and with this song you are compelled to surrender to the music, the beat, the tempo and just the joy of listening to sweet music. Some may say that the song has a familiar sound to it but that just may be the trademark of 'De Red Boyz' production out of Barbados. It is a new song and one of the earliest releases for Carnival 2012. Take a break and listen to Farmer encouraging the ladies to 'Surrender' something, aka SYBG ("Surrender Yuh BattyGyal"). On a personal note, I don't think that this song will have the success that 'Flirt' enjoyed...

Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). Lend me your ears... Enjoy!
Press Play (small triangle in circle) to listen to the song.

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