Fuh Spite by Kes the Band | Official Music Video

Just "Fuh Spite," we are back with Kes the Band and their anthem from January 2023. Today they debuted the official music video, just in time for Carnival 2024. Yes, we are aware that this is unusual to repackage and post again, but this is Kes, and Kes can do no wrong.

The music video presents the music and culture that we love so much. As much as the song tells a story, the video presentation adds color and life to the culture of Trinidad and Tobago. We love the vibe, and even though it is a song we know from Carnival 2023, we think it will do just fine for Carnival 2024! Enjoy...

About Kes (From YouTube Music Post):
Of the many musical acts that call Trinidad & Tobago home, perhaps none embody its polyglot culture more than KES, the eclectic soca outfit behind some of modern Caribbean music’s most indelible anthems. Celebrated for Carnival hits (“Wotless,” “Savannah Grass”) and island pop jams (“Tuesday on the Rocks,” “Endless Summer”), the band has brought Trinidad to the world, sharing stages with the likes of Will Smith, Major Lazer, and John Legend. 

For the group — charismatic singer Kees Dieffenthaler (aka KES) and his brothers Jon (guitar) and Hans (drums), along with childhood friend, Riad Boochoon (bass) —blending soca, pop, rock, reggae, calypso, dancehall, and afro-beats together is one part of their greater calling: To spread good vibes. 

The last three years have proven to be the most successful in the band’s decade-plus-run. “Hello,” a fusion of afro-beats and soca originally released in 2017, continues to reach new audiences over two years after its release. With over 40 million plays on YouTube alone, it is one of the most streamed soca songs of all time. 

We Home, a live project recorded during the Covid-19 quarantine, is the band’s first album in over five years, with fresh renditions of KES’ carnival classics showcasing their prowess as a live band par excellence. 

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Fuh Spite 
Artist/Performed by: Kes The Band (Vocals by Kees Dieffenthaler)
Produced by: Nikholai Greene and KES
Written by: Kees Dieffenthaller
Vocal Production by: Neel Dwala
Mixed and Mastered by: Andrew Denny
Bass: Riad Boochoon
Guitar: Jon Dieffenthaller
Additional Keys: Mario Callender
Origin: Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
Genre: Soca

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