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Iwer George x Take A Bathe

Is it carnival time yet? Iwer George has us wishing it was with this offering for 2017 soca season!

Olatunji x Bang Bang

Bang Bang from Olatunji has been featuring in our radio shows since we first heard it at the tail end of 2015. His energetic cut on Skipe Riddim now has a video featuring dancehall style moves and Olatunji tucking into some doubles……it’s nor surprise it gets our approval. NSFW

HDD X Radar Radio February 10th

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Our Radar Radio show from last week is now available to stream and download. Typical World Carnival business but this time with a focus on this year’s biggest soca cuts. So get involved and whine just a little bit.

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HDD X Africa Is A Radio

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Last week we had a chat with Chief Boima for the carnival special of the Africa is a Radio podcast. We chatted all things carnival from Afro soca to clubbing in London, and we chose some of our favourite world carnival tracks of this year’s soca season. Listen to the show below and head over to Africa is a Country for the full tracklist.

HDD X Radar Radio January 27th

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Our Radar Radio show from last week is now available to stream and download. Listen back below for another World Carnival show from us featuring our first listen of Rihanna’s Work and a whole heap-a-2016 soca.

Hipsters Don’t Dance – 27th January 2016 by Radar Radio Ldn on Mixcloud

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Machel x Like Ah Boss

It’s no surprise that Machel took the crown for Power Soca in this year’s Soca Monarch, he has been winning it for years cause he’s bloody good at what he does. Like Ah Boss is a pretty good motto to live by, look for bacchanal, live for the carnival and do it like ah boss!

Of course he didnt just bring Like Ah Boss to T&T carnival this year, he also released Endless Wuk, Jump, Pop Ah Bottle, Remedy and Party Done to name but a few. We are feeling this one with Angela Hunte (well Kazabon in particular) — whose name you might recognise from her work with Major Lazer.