Bouyon music to hit T&T with big Patrice Roberts song
Patrice Roberts is aiming to put herself back in Road March contention with a new single which has the artist sounding like she never has before.
The song is among three on the Simon Says riddim which will be introducing Dominica’s Bouyon sound to Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival. The riddim also features Asa Bantan, the top Bouyon artist out of Dominica and St Lucian producer Lashley ‘Motto’ Winter.
The Simon Says riddim was produced by Motto who has established himself as the foremost producer of Dennery Segment Music and also produced the Ole Ting riddim which features the Zouk-flavoured Dance by Machel Montano and Kassav.
Motto said while most power soca focuses on rags and waving, Roberts’ song, the name of which has not been revealed, is about bacchanal and looseness and he is sure it will stand out as a major contender against anything Iwer George or Machel Montano will bring for the Road March.
Motto’s song is about water while Bantan’s song captures the name of the riddim.
The Simon Says riddim drops at midnight.