Welcome to Spicemas 2023 by V'ghn | Grenada Soca

Image via YouTube music video © V'ghn.
"Welcome to Spicemas" is a newly released Soca song by Grenadian artist V'ghn for Spicemas 2023. The song was released on July 18, 2023, and was produced by Captain John (John Rickards) and DJ Desktop (Zavon Blackman).

This song feels like a song released for the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival. This is not the typical Grenadian style of soca. Yes, I said it, it feels like a song for Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago. I repeated myself for emphasis. Grenada is the land of the jab, and Jab Soca reigns supreme! This song has a sweet melody and is an excellent welcome song for those heading to Grenada for Spice 2023.

The song will be well-received by V'Ghn fans and feels like a song that should vie for the Soca Monarch title if V'Ghn participates. V'Ghn is a rising star in the Soca scene. "Welcome to Spicemas" is sure to help him cement his status as one of the top artists in Grenada. V'ghn's singing style is excellent, and he stands tall and apart from most Grenada artists. We love the song and wish V'ghn success at Carnival 2023 on the Spice Isle.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Welcome to Spicemas
Writers/Lyricists: Jevaugh John & Mical Teja
Artist/Performed by: V’ghn (Jevaugh John)
Produced by: Captain John (John Rickards) & DJ Desktop (Zavon Blackman)
Mixed & Mastered by: Parry Jack
Genre: Soca
Release Date: 07/18/23

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