Life After Fete by Kerwin Du Bois: Play It Safe for Carnival 2024

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"Life After Fete" is a perfect example of soca music's ability to create a party atmosphere and a sense of community. The song's lyrics, written by Kerwin Du Bois himself, express the excitement of attending a fete. The song also hints at the possibility of romance and adventure after the fete and the consequences of one's actions during the party the night before.

"Life After Fete" is a Soca song for the moment, as it captures the essence of carnival and the anticipation of what lies ahead. The song is a reminder that life is meant to be enjoyed and that there is always something to look forward to after the fete. Then again, your party behavior will determine what comes next. 

Remember this: "A happy wife equals a happy life." I saw something online that says seventy percent of the women out there have a sidekick... Yikes! Party, have a good time, but remember: After the fete is over, you have to go home, and there is always "life after the fete"!

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Life After Fete (Saint Pepsi Roadmix)
Artists/Performed by: Kerwin Du Bois
Written by: Kerwin Du Bois
Mixed and Mastered by:
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago 
Genre: Soca

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