Jam on Something by The Fatha x Azaryah | Soca 2024

Image via YouTube music video © System 32/The Fatha x Azaryah
Everybody wants to "Jam on Something" when Carnival rolls around; some like this lyrical style while many shy away from these songs altogether. Today, we present a song to help you get there. Like it or not, the song is here. This is newly released music from the duo "The Fatha" and "Azaryah" (formerly Flipo) for carnivals in 2024.

Now, while we don't always support objectifying our women, this is newly released music for 2024; it is our hope that these artists will 'see the light' and choose better topics to sing about. Maybe you are a fan of the artists and don't care who, what, when, where, or why, but, hopefully, we can move forward with songs that are not just about 'whining and jamming on something or somebody'. 

So there you have it. We said what we said, and now it is your turn to say what you think. Are you OK with the direction of our singers and their lyrics, or is it that you simply don't care about the lyrics but just love the feel of the song? Tell us what you think.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song/Title: Jam on Something
Performed by: The Fatha x Azaryah
Background Vocals: Trinibaby
Written by: Daryl Gevaris, Akio “The Fatha” Ross, & Azaryah
Produced by: System 32
Additional Production by:D Ninja &  Synthdicate Music
Mixed and Mastered by: D Ninja 
Origin: Trinidad & Tobago
Genre: Soca

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