Hey Mama | I Octane | Jamaica/Trinidad and Tobago 2018

This song has something special about it; could it be the singing style or could it be because the music is so good? This is new music for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2018. The artiste is I Octane and his song is entitled "Hey Mama".

So why are we so high on this song? Look there is nothing to complain about regarding the artistes and songs on the Upendo Riddim. We absolutely love Machel Montano's song on the riddim (already posted on this blog). However, there is something that we absolutely love about this song. The music is the same for all the songs but this one has a strong Afro Soca feel to it more than the other songs. We think it is because of the voice of the artiste and the style he exudes when singing. It is our hope that this one receives the love (deserving) from the local radio jocks.

We care and we hope that you 'see the light' and support the artiste and song. We want you to spread the word about the song and share this post with your peers.

Please keep in mind that the success of this song depends on your support. Spread the word, tell your friends about the song! Now it is up to you to ensure that this song rides the airwaves. Please call into 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: Hey Mama
Performed by: I Octane
Produced Mixed And Mastered by: Nine Mind/Lenkey Records
Horns by: The Regiment Horns (Leon Silva - Saxophone, Kevin Lloyd Williams Jr. - Trombone, Sean Erick - Trumpet)
Written by: Byiomi "I-Octane'' Muir
Artwork by: Viision Graphics

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