Break Dance | Lord Kitchener | Island Pop Preview?

Once upon a time there lived a musical and lyrical genius in the town of Arima, Trinidad. He went on to become one of the greatest, if not the greatest, talent Trinidad has ever seen or heard. His name is Aldwyn Roberts aka the Bard, Lord Kitchener. I said his name 'is' but everyone is aware that the great one left us in 2000 for the calypso/soca music land somewhere in the unknown.
I decided to present this song for this post because of the new music sweeping Trinidad. Madmen Productions gave us "Island Pop" and everyone is in love with the new music vibe.

However back in the eighties 'The musical genius' Lord Kitchener gave us a song titled "Break Dance". He was ahead of the times and saw the future. He is not here with us but I am sure he is smiling as he congratulates Madmen and their production of "Island Pop music".

Now listen to kitch and his beautiful double entendre entrenched lyrics as he encourages you to 'Break Dance'. Do you see this as 'Island Pop' a look into the past to come back to the present? What is your opinion?

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