Broken Hearts | David Rudder | Trinidad & Tobago 2014

When last did you hear a local Soca or Calypso artist use the piano in their music? Well once again David Rudder has shown how sweet the music can be with excellent lyrical content and music that dances on its own. David Rudder is the pride and joy of Trinidad and Tobago. He is a unique talent whose songs always tell a meaningful story.

The song is entitled "Broken Hearts" and it is about Carnival and our happy people. You have to love David, he is a treasure and even though he is not in the midst of the Carnival activities he can still impact the festivities and hearts of the people with sons that are musically sweet and lyrically engaging. 

This song comes to you via Canada for the people of Trinidad and Tobago. This is one that will grow on you as you listen to it.  Broken Hearts - This is a sweet song from David and I especially love the use of the piano on the track. Just enjoy the music of this great and wonderful singer/artist/calypsonian... Mr. David Rudder!

Please don't forget to add to the conversation - we want to get your opinion! Is this a keeper or do you want to toss it? Voice your opinion/have your say by accessing the comment feature of this Blog post (top right hand corner) and leave your remarks! Let's try and refrain from Kankalang and Mauvais Langue discussions; just constructive criticism or positive vibes!

Production Notes:
Song Title: Broken Hearts
Written by: David Rudder
Words and music by: David Rudder for Lyricsman Music
Recorded at: Hatchet Job Studio, Toronto
Mixed at: Seek music studio, Toronto

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). No copyright infringement is intended! .  We encourage you to promote the artists and their music; please don't share the music and rob the artists of needed income!
♫Please press the music player button below to listen now (small triangle in circle).


Your comments can also become a Post!

Vushung said…
When last did you hear a local Soca or Calypso artist use the piano in their music?

Like yuh forget Bunji?

Carnival Tabanca and more famously Differentology
Trinizagada said…
Carnival Tabanca for sure... but Differentology was about the guitar not the piano...
Vushung said…
But that ent what you ask.
The piano is the basis of the whole tune. In fact, you know the tune the instant you hear the first piano note. The guitar was the cherry on top, but the piano was the base the tune was built on.