Rum & Coca Cola | Orlando Octave | Trinidad & Tobago 2015

This is not the Andrew Sisters version of "Rum and Coca Cola"; no it isn't! This is Orlando Octave's take on the phrase that became so popular and controversial (See:Calypso on Trial - Rum & Coca Cola Case). This is Orlando Octave's take on the very popular drink/phrase. Take a listen and enjoy the vibez!

Music Release Notes: 
Effortless, mellow, simple but highly effective, this is the vibe that surrounds this songbird. Orlando Octave has been a consistent musician over the years since his debut into the world of Soca. His high octane, high pitched vocals bells out comfortably and with incredible ease making his music a joy to listen to.

An image of palm trees, windy beaches, hot sun, and a refreshing glass of rum and coke comes to mind when listening to this new release. Another image is one of heated 'fetting', enjoying the essence of music and companionship with intoxication and revelry.

Orlando captures a true Caribbean feel with this track 'Rum and Cola', the lyrics, written by Jason "Shaft" Bishop, giving vivid imagery as the music plays and grants clarity to all listening.

The musical arrangement carries a vintage feel, highlighting percussion aimed at revealing the tropical vibe of Soca music. Kevin 'Stadic' Charles of Stadic Studio Productions, the mastermind behind this masterpiece uses his mastery to guide this track into the direction of perfection

This track can be seen making bodies rock and spirits lifted, it has all the characteristics of an instant hit.
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Production Notes:
Song Title: Rum & Coca Cola
Written by: Jason "Shaft" Bishop.
Performed by: Orlando Octave
Produced and Mixed by: Stadic Studio Productions.
Mastered by: Adiran Bailey (SkyJamz Productions).
Live Guitars by: Kyle Peters.
Live Bass by: Vincent Rivers.
Back Vocals by: Fidge (H2O Flo). 

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!
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