In Trouble | Farmer Nappy feat. Alison Hinds | Trinidad & Tobago 2015

It is a pleasure to hear Alison Hinds with a song release for Trinidad and Tobago's carnival 2015. The song is a release from Farmer Nappy that features the Soca Queen of Barbados. She has what it take to get Farmer Nappy "In Trouble". Take a listen and let us know what you think about the track!

Music Release Notes: 
Carnival 2K15 just shifted into super overdrive with the official release of the Patrol Riddim. Produced by the multi talented Don Iko and Martian Music, the Patrol Riddim features some of the industry's top entertainers; Machel Montano HD, Nadia Batson, Farmer Nappy, Alison Hinds and Patrice Roberts.

Machel Montano HD fuels the riddim with "Pop Ah Bottle" as he invites partygoers to celebrate with their friends and live life to the fullest! He thanks his dedicated and loyal fans who continue to support him on his journey! “Leh we Pop Ah Bottle” says the Monk Monté.

We all know that feters enjoy packing their own coolers with drinks and ice, so everyone will revel in Nadia Batson’s overly infectious, anticipated anthem “Cooler Fete”.

Farmer Nappy is being tempted by the sheer sexiness and Caribbean feminine seduction of Alison Hinds. He is insisting that her bumper will surely get him “In Trouble”.

Patrice Roberts says that at Carnival time, we will be roaming through the streets and “Lookin For It”!! We need to be in every fete and every lime because it is a part of we!

The Patrol Riddim is the second riddim to be released by producer Don Iko / Martian Music for Carnival 2k15
©Latia Drakes

Production Notes:
Song Title: In Trouble
Written by Nadia Batson, Daryl Henry, Alison Hinds and Erikkson George
Produced by: Don Iko / Martian Music,
Additional Production by: Precision Productions.
Mixed by: Cole Nystrom.
Mastered by: Alex DeYoung 

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