Midsection by Freetown Collective | Soca 2024

"Midsection" by Freetown Collective is a high-energy Soca song that celebrates the women of Trinidad and Tobago and their central role in society. The lyrics talk about how every man comes from a woman's midsection and how women are the embodiment of God. The song also calls for balance and respect for women.

The music video for "Midsection" was shot in Freetown, Trinidad and Tobago, and features the band performing in front of a colorful backdrop of people dancing and celebrating. The video has been praised for its positive and uplifting message.

We recommend this song for its high-energy feel, joy of life, and celebration of Trinidad and Tobago's culture. We love the vibe and certainly hope that you celebrate with this excellent song for Carnival 2024.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Midsection
Written by: Muhammad Muwakil, Kernal Roberts, Lou Lyons
Artist/Performed by: Freetown Collective
Produced by: Kernal Roberts
Co-Produced by: Azikiwe Kellar
Executive Production: Kernal Roberts, Azikiwe Kellar
Mixed & mastered by: Johan Seaton
Origin: Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Soca

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