Free To B Riddim ft. Preedy, Bunji Garlin, Fay-Ann Lyons Lyrikal, Problem Child | Soca 2024

Step into the pulsating heart of Trinidad's Carnival with the "Free To B Riddim": A Sonic Eruption for Carnival 2024. Experience the fusion of vibes as Preedy, Bunji Garlin, Fay-Ann Lyons, Lyrikal, and Problem Child come together to create a harmonious Carnival symphony. This sonic masterpiece transcends mere music; it's an immersive journey inspired by the pulsating rhythms of J’ouvert, capturing the essence of revelry, freedom, and the euphoric spirit of celebration. 

Strap yourselves in, soca enthusiasts, because "Free To B Riddim" is about to launch you into a pulsating, sweat-drenched journey you won't soon forget. This isn't just music; it's a sonic masterpiece that captures the very essence of J'ouvert revelry, freedom, and euphoric celebration. Produced by the visionary Smiddy Smith of StarBlu Entertainment and mixed & mastered by the wizards at Islands (The Audio Lab), "Free To B Riddim" is a fusion of vibes that transcends mere genre. It's a driving soca beat, a heartbeat for the streets, an ode to uninhibited expression.

And the artists? Buckle up again, because this lineup brings fire. Preedy, Bunji Garlin, Fay-Ann Lyons Lyrikal, and Problem Child – each a titan in their own right – pour their souls onto this riddim, crafting anthems that resonate with the very spirit of Carnival 2024.

Preedy ignites the spark with his signature energy, urging you to "Beatin Road." Preedy looked like he drank a few cans of Red Bull before recording this song... loads of energy! Bunji Garlin, the veteran wordsmith, delivers a powerful message of unity and resilience with "Forward." Fay-Ann Lyons, Soca Queen for many, takes you on a journey of self-discovery with "Blame Yuhself." Lyrikal just decides to get to the point and "tear d ting down" because "Lyro" is a bad man! And Problem Child? Well, he drops the mic – no, he smashes it – with "Mash Up," a riotous call to break free and revel in the chaos.

This is more than just music; it's a movement. Each song on "Free To B Riddim" carries a relevant message for the upcoming Carnival. It's a call to embrace liberation, to shed inhibitions, and to dance in the face of adversity. It's a soundtrack for the disenfranchised, the overlooked, the dreamers who dare to be who they truly are.

Mark our words, this riddim will impact the Road March competition in Trinidad and Tobago. Its irresistible beat, coupled with the lyrical prowess of its artists, is a recipe for guaranteed crowd-pleasing madness. But beyond the competition, "Free To B Riddim" is a gift to the soca soul. It's a reminder to let loose, to celebrate life, and to find freedom in the pulsating rhythms of the streets.

So get ready to lose yourself in the energy. Embrace the "Free To B Riddim." This is Carnival 2024. This is your liberation. This is your moment. We wholeheartedly recommend this album. Don't just listen to it; live it.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Album Title: Free To B Riddim
Various Artists:
Bunji Garlin - Links
Problem Child - Mash Up
Lyrikal - Dangerous
Fay-ann Lyons - Blame Yuhself
Preedy - Beatin Road

Produced by: Smiddy Smith
Mixed & Mastered by: Islands
Origin: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago/Saint Vincent
Genre: Soca

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