Heaven On Earth | Patrice Roberts | T'dad & Tobago 2015

These fusions of Soca are making it more difficult with each new release to properly categorize the music. This one is labeled "Soca" but it clearly has a strong 'African' vibe in the music. Indeed one may argue that all the music is rooted with Africal rhythms. However, this one clearly has an African music feel rather than the true and tried West Indian music feel. Your thoughts are welcomed regarding the music style.

This is the latest release from Patrice Roberts for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2015. What do you think about it? Does it have the 'Carnival feel'? Does this style of music create the type of vibe that a traditionalist will gravitate towards? In my opinion this song is missing the 'edgy side of the carnival vibe'. It feels too smooth... like watered down Soca music that is catering to a side of the reveler that is yet to be explored... we are charting a new musical path and it is a bit confusing.

What is your opinion... please use the comment feature of this post to add your comments/share your thoughts. All comments will be posted. 

Production Notes:
Song Title: Heaven On Earth
Produced by: Parliament Music
Additional Keys by: Keston Patrick
Written by: Problem Child
Background Vocals by: Gary Barrington
Mixed by: Mark Wright & Shot Master J
Mastered by: Madman Johan

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