Daiz You by Bunji Garlin | Soca 2024

Hold onto your hats, Soca fam, because Bunji Garlin, the undisputed Ragga Soca champion and current Road March Champion, has dropped a fiery new track guaranteed to melt even the frostiest of hearts. "Daiz You" isn't just a song; it's a declaration, a playful middle finger to anyone who dares turn their nose up at the infectious rhythm and uninhibited joy of Soca. Yes, you can say it out loud, Bunji destroys all Soca music haters with this one titled, "Daiz You". 

This ain't your average Soca tune. Sure, the Brooklyn Decent production lays down a groove as smooth as silk, with that signature Soca bounce that just begs you to move. Kasey Phillips and Rob Domos engineer the vibe to pure fire, and Precision Productions polishes it to a diamond shine. But it's Bunji's lyrical mastery that truly sets this track ablaze:
How you say you don't like Soca when women bend over?
You don't like Soca, daiz you
You don't like it, daiz you
Daiz you, Daiz you, Daiz you

He spits his words like molten lava, a rap flow so cool it should come with its own warning label. He addresses the haters head-on, those who claim Soca isn't "real music," those with stiff joints and closed minds. But listen closely, because Bunji throws shade with the precision of a seasoned sniper, his message is clear: Your dislike means nothing. Yes, Daiz You!

He paints a picture of Soca's magic, the way it frees your soul, gets your body bouncing and connects you to a community pulsating with life. He speaks of "whining" not as a silly dance move, but as a deep immersion in the rhythm, a release of all inhibitions. And for those who can't "flow with the vibe," Bunji offers a knowing chuckle and a shrug: Their loss.

"Daiz You" is more than just a track; it's a celebration of Soca's unapologetic spirit. It's a reminder that joy, rhythm, and community are powerful forces that transcend negativity. Bunji, the true Ragga Soca king, lays down his claim with the swagger of a champion, reminding us all why Soca reigns supreme.

So crank up the volume, grab your friends, and let "Daiz You" wash over you. If you can't feel the fire in your soul, the urge to move your body, then maybe, it's you, not Soca, that needs a little adjusting. But for the rest of us, Bunji's got the soundtrack to our lives, and we wouldn't have it any other way.

Ready to ignite your Soca flame? "Daiz You" is waiting. Get ready to whine, jump, and sing along, because Bunji Garlin has just shown us why he's the king.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Daiz You 
Album Title: Dial Riddim
Artist/Performed by: Bunji Garlin 
Written by: Bunji Garlin
Produced by: Brooklyn Decent
Engineered by: Kasey Phillips, Rob Domos 
Mixed by: Precision Productions 
Mastered by: Precision Productions
Design & Animation by: Kirky @cleverideasstudio
Origin: Trinidad, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Soca

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