Questions | Silent Star Devon | Trinidad & Tobago 2018

Carnival should be all about fun and having a good time. However, most people think about and talk about the upsurge of violence in Trinidad. Silent Star Devon has something to say about the subject.
Soca music is about fun and having a good time and most of the song do just that... encourage people to have a good time. Today we have a new music release that opens the discussion regarding this important topic. Listen to Silent Star's song entitled "Questions" then use the comment feature to share your feedback  here with your peers.
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Music Release Notes:
A song is dedicated to the recent rise in crime in Trinidad & Tobago. Where Is The Love?

Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Questions
Written By: Dale Ryan, Devon Hall & Kean Kirton
Produced By: Central Records (Melodyus)
Executive Produced By: Dale Ryan
Background Vocals By: Candice Caton & Aaron Ifill
Back Ground Vocal Arrangement By: Dale Ryan
Mixed By: Sheperad Pro & David Millien
Mastered By: Madmen Production
Recorded By: Dale Ryan of Central Records, Trinidad
Dale Ryan / Curtis “Melodyus” Scope / Dale Ryan COTT /BMI /FoxFuse Publishing
Genre : Coolypso

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