Domino Riddim produced by Motto | Summer Soca 2023

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The Caribbean has always been known for its vibrant and dynamic music scene, with genres like reggae, dancehall, and soca dominating the airwaves. In recent years, Soca has become increasingly popular, with artists like Motto creating music that resonates with listeners around the world. For today's post we present Motto's latest album, titled "Domino Riddim." The songs are a collection of Dennery segment music, with infectious tracks that showcase the finest of contemporary Soca music.

We like the tracks on this album and the use of Lucian Patois on some tracks. "Domino Riddim" by Motto is a must-listen for Soca music lovers. This riddim features songs by Motto x Ezra, Mata x Migos, Problem Child, Blackboy and Army Guy x Freezy x Freezy. 

The album's smooth vibe hits the sweet spot, with infectious beats, and catchy lyrics creating a sound that is both modern and classic. Its celebration of life and joy is sure to resonate with listeners around the world. There's no doubt that "Domino Riddim" is a superb album that you do not want to miss if you are a fan of Soca music or simply looking for an enjoyable music album that will get you moving.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Album Title: Domino Riddim
Produced by: Motto.
Genre: Soca

01.Motto x Ezra - Domino
02.Mata x Migos - Clap
03.Problem Child - Dat Shot
04.Blackboy - Property
05.Army Guy x Freezy - Dennery

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