From Soca Royalty, to much-loved stars, and even exciting newcomers, the Precision team has consistently kept its fans on their toes at the end of every Carnival season, in breathless anticipation of a collection of music that can be enjoyed all year round.
This year, We Muzik, Vol 5, Trinidad and Tobago, not only lives up to, but also surpasses all of those expectations.
Double Monarch holder Machel Montano, appears along with Queen of Bacchanal Destra Garcia, in addition to such talented artists as Blaxx, Kees Dieffenthaller, Isaac Blackman, Nadia Batson, Patrice Roberts, Lyrikal, and Lil’Bitts.
Also featured on this release are two of the most popular acts in the region, Mr. Killa and Skinny Fabulous, as well as the amazing Dancehall performer, Aidonia, who makes his debut in the Soca arena on the hit-filled Sun Dance Riddim.
Radio personalities 5Star Akil, Jaigá, Devon Matthews, and Sekon Sta keep the energy flowing and lively on this compilation with their single songs alongside their crowd favourites on the Sando, Emergency, and Sun Dance Riddims.
Not to be left out, newcomers Preedy and GBM Nutron, (already a well respected producer in his own right) successfully transition from soca-writers extraordinaire to bonafide soca-artists on this very album, which also includes the top Road March contenders M.O.R, Mash Up, and Run To D Front.
Available right now! Make sure to get your CD in store or at all major digital distributors!
THIS is a Biographical Documentary of Trinidadian artiste Rohan Richards aka Fireball.
In early 2006, he emerged above the rest as the first winner of the Synergy Soca Star competition.
This was quickly followed in 2007 by his first hit “What I Want” which morphed from soca to a reworked hit by French DJ and remixer Bob Sinclar that same year and topped the European Club Music Charts.
“What I Want” in 2008, was released by Record Plant Records in the US and hit the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts at number 14. that year, he was in contention with Madonna, Ne Yo and Rihanna.
This Documentary is a team effort by Ryan Chance Bascombe, Maria Pantin, Tracey Jordon, Natasha Ramnath and Dylan Thomas.
Directed by Machel Montano & Cowin Thorpe
Cameras by Gabriel Nagee & Cowin Thorpe
Song Written by Jelani “Pops” Shaw, Kasey Phillips, Nikholai Greene & Machel Montano
Produced & Mixed by P.A.G.E., Precision Productions & Machel Montano
Background Vocals by Nikita Browne, Jenna De Leon & Jelani Shaw
Mastered by Mike Wells, CA
2014 All Rights Reserved
Written by: W. Manwarren, S. Kewley, R. Roberts
Produced by: Klase Gonzales
Mixed by: Neel Dwala
Masterd by: Martin ‘Mice’ Raymond
RemBunction ft Brother Resistance & Kindred
Rapso is a form of Trinidadian music that grew out of the social unrest of the 1970s. It has been described as “de power of de word in the riddim of de word”. Though often described as a fusion of native soca and calypso with American hip hop, rapso is uniquely Trinidadian
The name RemBunction has been synonymous with creativity and talent throughout his over 20 years in the Trinidad & Tobago music industry. He is a contemporary artiste who unabashedly describes himself as ‘deliberately undefined.’ He blends several musical genres including calypso, soca, rhythm and blues and rap to create his own unique and distinct sound.
Produced By Millbeatz Entertainment
Edit By: CIRUS MEDIA
Camera: CIRUS MEDIA
Green Screen Room: Liquid Entertainment Studio
From the album, 50 and Going Strong.
Recorded at Jamoo Studios, Trinidad.
Written and performed by Abbi Blackman.
Produced by Isaac Blackman and Abbi Blackman.
Mixed by Isaac Blackman.
Mastered by GMasters.
Directed By Remy
Abbi Blackman is the oldest child of Sokah Music Creator, Lord Shorty and Jamoo Innovator, Ras Shorty I and also a: teacher, mother, songwriter, dancer, fashion entrepreneur and designer, costume and creative designer and Women’s Rights Advocate.
She became the Youngest EVER National Calypso Queen at age 14 in 1979 with “Young and Moving On” and won the prestigious Calypso Queen title again in 2005 with “Ah Seeing” and “Oh Man”. The multi-talented artisan has traveled and toured extensively throughout the world and she represented Trinidad at the 4th World Conference on Women, which was held in China in 1995. After earning numerous top level placements in local competitions and music festivals, she also placed fifth in last year’s “Independence Calypso Competition” and currently teaches music and dance to the next generation at Guayaguayare Secondary School.
To celebrate her 50th birthday, she will release a project entitled “50 and Going Strong”, which is also the theme for a commemorative concert to be held on her birthday at Queen’s Hall on August 8, 2014