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HDD at Clarks Goes To Africa

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This Thursday April 28th Clarks are doing an Afropop special at their Leeds party and have asked us to join them. It’s our first time partying in Leeds and we know that when the Clarks crew are involved it’s always vibes. Get advance tickets and more info on the facebook event page.

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

Lyrikal x Dip & Roll

One of our fave soca songs of the season gets it’s own video. Our fam Trini Gladiata mentioned that it wasn’t a strong a season as usual so the cream will really shine more and more.

HDD at Southbank Carnival

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The very first Southbank Carnival is taking place this Saturday at The Southbank Centre and we are so happy to be involved. The Southbank Centre have scheduled a full day of carnival themed events from dance classes to art workshops, with Trini Gladiata hosting a festival parade alongside DJ Raskal. You can catch us in The Clore Ballroom kicking off The Heatwave Club Night from 6:30pm. All the events are free all day and suitable for all age groups, so kick off your Easter Weekend with unlimited carnival vibes. More info and full events timetable here.

HDD X Radar Radio with Deep Brandy Album Cuts

Our Radar Radio show from last week is now available to stream and download. This show we got the fantastic Deep Brandy Album Cuts from Glasgow to join us for a guest mix. You can also expect typical World Carnival business from us as well.

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5 Star Akil x Different Me

5 Star Akil showing us how carnival see’s a different side of him and how videos can show a different side of soca, in his latest tune Different Me. The video reflects how people are beginning to view soca as a genre that can exist outside of carnival and almost has a hip hop feel to it.