Productions Tackles The Power Soca Arena With The Intercol Riddim

With one month to go before the culmination of TnT‘s Carnival 2013, Precision Productions, working with AdvoKit Productions, thunder into the Power Soca race with an unexpected thriller, The Intercol Riddim.

In this, their first ever Power riddim for Trinidad and Tobago, they have layered that infamous driving rhythmic bass line alongside the tantalizing marching drum heard at every inter-collegiate football match throughout our islands, with the vivacity of our Carnival to produce a sound that needed four true Soca strikers to flawlessly execute this musical game plan.

First on the field, perfectly representing the irrepressible scandal within us all is the divine diva Nadia Batson with “Doh Tell Mi”.

Following and showing off his consummate ability to engage listeners, is Kerwin Du Bois who cleverly demands, what is “Yuh Role”?!

Meanwhile, holding court and reaffirming his position as the effervescent king of festival vigor with “Energy High”, is the current triple cup holder, Machel Montano.

Bunji Garlin completes this high scoring team with his lyrical power shot, “Journey Continues” that is designed to attain ‘nothing but net’ once loosed.

Confident in their line up, team Precision looks forward to scoring what can only be described as an agile array of masterful volleys to breach that illustrious white line this Carnival season.

Nadia Batson – Doh Tell Mi
Performed by Nadia Batson
Written by Nadia Batson & Josiah St. Lewis-Noray

Kerwin Du Bois – Yuh Role
Performed by Kerwin Du Bois
Written by Nesta “Sekon Sta” Boxill & Kerwin Du Bois

Machel Montano – Energy High
Performed by Machel Montano
Written by Akeem “Preedy” Chance, Stephanas “Steffy” Ramgattie of WiiMAD & Machel Montano

Bunji Garlin – Journey Continues
Performed by Bunji Garlin
Written by Ian Alvarez

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