She Whinin | FireWater Ft. Miguel Maestre | T'dad & Tobago 2017

This is new music for Trinidad & Tobago Carnival 2017. This song was published to YouTube on February 14, 2017. This is rather late in the season but as the saying goes, better late than never. The song is entitled "She Whinin" sung by FireWater ft. Miguel Maestra.

After listening to the song, we have to admit that it is a good song. This is 'real Soca' not a watered down song labeled Soca. We wish the artistes all the best in their endeavor. The only complaint we have is the spelling of one word. How did they come up with the spelling 'Whinin'? Isn't the spelling, Winin'?

This is where we encourage you to support the artist and the production team. We want you to spread the word about  the song and share this post. Please keep in mind that the success of this song depends on your support. Let me say it again, now it is up to you to ensure that this song rides the airwaves. Please call in to your favorite radio jocks and request the song. We invite you to share your thoughts about the song and music production.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: She Whinin'
Performed by: FireWater ft. Miguel Maestre
Produced by: FireWater
Live Instruments Played by: Marc Daniel
Performed by: Miguel Maestre
Written by: Miguel Maestre
Artwork by: De Original Dougla (DOD)

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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Unknown said…
Thank you for this article. Let me also add that we are all first gen Canadians who produced/performed this song. We embraces our Trinidadian Culture respectfully and humbly. We all know our roots very well and we try our best to let those around us experience it. From Parang to Soca to Calypso to Kaiso!!