Born To Win | Problem Child & Patrice Robers | SVG 2014/T'dad 2015

'Born to Win' is the latest release from Problem Child for Saint Vincent and The Grenadines Summer Carnival 2014. The song features Patrice Roberts out of Trinidad and Tobago. Patrice does most of the singing for this song and carries it throughout. This song could have been better and I am sure my comments will not bode well with many.

Here is the deal, I really don't like Problem Child on this track! He should have left this for Patrice only... his vibe on this track simply did not work! Problem Child has to let go of the 'Yankee twang' when delivering songs for his Caribbean people... it just sounds so fake and out of place (same for his vibe on the track).

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Production Notes:
Song Title: Born To Win 
Written by: Problem Child
Performed by: Problem Child and Patrice Roberts
Produced by: Master Room Studios
Mixed & Mastered by:

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‏قال travz…
I really like Patrice on this track, however I don't care for the beat too much. It sounds too "electronic" ish (western/european music influence), which makes the song sound as though that Soca is slowly losing its art form. Patrice Rocks this song though. Would have been a better track if it had more of a Soca beat to it.