Saturday 24 October, 2020

Bunji Garlin, Nailah Blackman join the UberSoca Cruise cast

Bunji Garlin and Nailah Blackman have joined the UberSoca Cruise (USC) cast lineup.

The two soca mega acts are two of several artists and DJs who will be performing during the highly anticipated soca pump. With over 40 artists and over 30 DJs already on the cast, USC is set to have the who's who of the soca industry.

The four-day all-inclusive cruise, which added a second sailing for the first time, is set to host the ultimate pump to Haiti. On the way there, guests can enjoy an extensive variety of back-to-back fetes, live performances and a multitude of other events, culminating in a j'ouvert party on the private island of Labadee. 

The first sailing is set for November 1 to November 4 while the second is on for November 5 to 9. 

In addition to Bunji and Nailah, the following acts have also been added to the cast lineup: 


Lil Natty and Thunda (Grenada)

Motto (St. Lucia)

Marzville (Barbados) 

Mr. Killa (Grenada)

Pternsky (Trinidad & Tobago) 

Marvay (Barbados) 

V'ghn (Grenada)

Mapy the Violist (New York)

Andrea Rivera (Cayman Islands) 

Keevo (Trinidad & Tobago) 

Zamoni (Antigua/St. Lucia)



DJ Stakz

Lord Hype (Trinidad & Tobago) 

DJ Jairo 

Dr. Esan 

Selector Hemo (Japan) 

Lurbz (Trinidad & Tobago) 


UberSoca Cruise artist and DJ lineup


Kes The Band; Kerwin DuBois; Destra; Lyrikal; Skinny Fabulous; Shal; Patrice Roberts; Iwer George; Rupee; Alison Hinds are also set to perform.

Top DJs also billed to appear include Private Ryan, DJ Puffy, Patrick ‘Hype Man’ Anthony, DJ Stephen, and Barrie Hype. For the full list, visit UberSoca Cruise online

Want to spend four days with your favourite artists? There are still a few spaces on the second cruise, reserve your cabin now before they're all gone.  


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