BAZU!(Push It Back) | Olatunji | Trinidad & Tobago 2017

I wasn't sure what was going on with this song as the music started. Damn, is this the beginning of Country/Soca? Stadic must  have been laughing out loudly when he came up with the introduction for this one. The song is entitled "BAZU! (Push It Back); this is new music from Olatunji and Stadic for Trinidad an Tobago's Carnival, 2017.

Love it or like it... Country Western Soca (smile) of just Stadic taking the music in a different direction... who knows? The song did get on track musically as it relates to the Carnival feeling. The name of the song is questionable but  we will run with "Push It Back". This BAZU thing does not cut it here with us.

BAZU, the word, has meaning in the Hausa language as well as Japanese; oh yes and it can also be used in anatomy. So where is Stadic and Olatanju going with this one? Jump on board and enlighten us if you dare!

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We chalk this one up as 'something different' musically. What do you think? Please use the comment feature of this posting to share your thoughts about the music with your peers. All comments will be published.

Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: BAZU!(Push It Back)
Performed by: Olatunji
Written by: Olatunji Yearwood and Kevin Charles
Produced by: Stadic
Mixed and Mastered by: Stadic Music
Background Vocals by: Malaika Ballantyne
Artwork by: H.I.M.
Follow: @olatunjimusic @stadicmusic

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