Broke Gyal by Ronnie Homer: A Fiery Response to Waste Man

In the vibrant world of Vincy Soca music, a lyrical battle has erupted, and at the center of it stands “Broke Gyal”—a track that serves as a powerful retort to Angie Maya’s hit song, “Waste Man.” This musical battle, which Ronnie Homer wrote, has captivated listeners and sparked debates and dance competitions all over the Caribbean.

Taking into consideration that this song is 'the answer" to Angie Maya's song "Waste Man", there must be a back story! Well, let's take a crack at it: Angie Maya’s “Waste Man” hit the airwaves with its catchy hooks and unapologetic lyrics. The song playfully called out unreliable partners, dubbing them “waste men.” But in the spirit of artistic rivalry, Ronnie Homer decided to step up to the mic and deliver his own perspective.

Supporting the guys, the men of the good old boys' club, comes as a natural response. It goes without saying that failed egos got aroused or that it was done just for fun. “Broke Gyal” is more than just a response—it’s a lyrical counterpunch. Ronnie Homer takes the stage, armed with wit, rhythm, and a fierce determination to defend the “gyals” who’ve been labeled as “broke.” His lyrics celebrate resilience, independence, and the strength of women who rise above adversity.

After all the 'comess', all the back and forth, and poking fun, we have to talk about the music. Fans of the artist and production team must be pleased with this song. Recorded at the renowned Ahtik Studio, “Broke Gyal” boasts a pulsating beat that invites listeners to move their hips. The production, helmed by the talented Rajiv ‘Suhrawh’ Sutherland, seamlessly blends traditional Soca elements with modern flair. The mix and mastering elevate the track, ensuring that every bassline and vocal nuance hits just right.

The wave of Vincy Soca music releases is just about to get going. This early music release is just a teaser for a deluge of excellent music yet to be released. In the clash of musical titans, Ronnie Homer’s “Broke Gyal” stands tall—a testament to artistic expression, resilience, and the power of answering back. So, turn up the volume, embrace the rhythm, and let the battle continue. 

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Broke Gyal
Artist/Performed by:Ronnie Homer 
Ronnie Homer performing "Broke Gyal" (An answer back to Angie Maya - Waste Man)
Written by: Ronnie Homer
Recorded at: Ahtik Studio
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Rajiv ‘Suhrawh' Sutherland
Boss Raw Records ©℗ 2024
Written by: Ronnie Homer
Recorded at: Ahtik Studio
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Rajiv ‘Suhrawh' Sutherland
Boss Raw Records ©℗ 2024.
Origin: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 
Festival: Vincy Mas
Genre: Soca

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