A Little Jam by Problem Child

A Little Jam @ Problem Child © Elmo Norville and Bozo Bad Sounds/Problem Child.
For Saint Vincent's Summer Carnival 2024, this is new music from Problem Child. "A Little Jam" is the title of the song. The vibe comes from "The Butterfly Project," which features seven artists and songs. Some may consider this a carnival anthem, but this is typical Problem Child vibes. 

Shertz "Problem Child" James crafts a hit song with playful lyrics and an irresistible groove. We eagerly anticipate this song's reception and radio airplay. Problem Child is a fan favorite and a star in Saint Vincent. One can conclude that this song will receive early love on Vincy radio. 

This song is an invitation to mischief on Carnival Day, and it is definitely an invitation to embrace life's little pleasures. It does not matter if you are partying or listening to this song at home; the lyrics and music will remind you to find joy in the moment. So, turn up the volume and let the vibe take you to your Soca safe zone, where you can enjoy "a little jam." 

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: A Little Jam
Performed by: Problem Child (The Butterfly Project)
Written by: Shertz "Problem Child" James
Produced by: Elmo Norville and Bozo Bad Sounds
Mixed by: Parry Jack of Jack Spaniard Productions
Mastered by: Elmo Norville of EN Productions
Origin: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Genre: Soca

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