Jab Jab | Iwer George | Trinidad & Tobago 2014

This is Iwer George's comfort zone. Iwer has released a few songs for Carnival 2014 and he has been criticized for some of his offerings. He has been given the medal of the order of serious crap music but then again he can give you gems like this one. This song will create serious 'comess' for Carnival and especially in fetes. This song has the elements to create havoc and dancing bacchanal chaos. Well if you did not get it yet the music style and the name of the song is the same; this one is entitled "Jab Jab" and Iwer is in his comfort zone!

Now you have to give credit where credit is due; Iwer can carry this vibe with ease but this production is wicked and kudos go out to Millbeatz Entertainment for the production of this infectious riddim. Iwer has dropped songs that put him at the bottom of the barrel (as far as the online comments go) however, this one takes him to the top in stark contrast to some of his earlier 2014 releases. This is a bacchanal song; this is a winner for Iwer!

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Production Notes:
Title: Jab Jab
Riddim Name: Jab Jab Riddim
Written by: Massacre and Iwer George
Performed by: Iwer George
Background Vocals by: Denice Millien, David Millien, Daniel "Jabulani" Payison, Iwer George
Produced by: Millbeatz Entertainment
Mixed by:  David Millien
Mastered by: Johann Seaton

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