Grenada’s reigning Road March King has touched down on the Courtney “Curty” Louis produced Ramen Riddim with “Drink (Party Up).” Nineteen year old Boyzie captured the coveted Spice Mas title with “Born Troublesome” featuring Luni Spark.
Giving no quarter he warned “since I born I giving trouble” which is what he delivers in spades on “Drink (Party Up).” The song was written by Jalon “Boyzie” Olive and demonstrates while he is new to the soca game – Boyzie is no amateur. He is also not too young to tell the sexy bartender to keep topping him up, “Let’s go drink, drink, drink, drink/ we not too young to drink/ Let’s go party up, party up/ We not too young to party.”
This is a fun and high energy soca track on a Riddim blessed to embody beats that put you in that kind of mood. With “Drink (Party Up)” Dutch Productions/Stratosphere Music continues to unite the region through music in much the same way Boyzie wants a lime in his cup to add up to a good time had by all.