Impressive 2020 Soca Performances

Written by: David Lawrence

Before Covid19 cast its long shadow across the world, Trinidad was able to bask in the glory of 2020 carnival and all the festivities that preceded it. Caribbean Entertainment Hub was privileged to capture some of the most memorable events that have become pre-carnival stables. From fetes like: Nailah Blackman’s ‘Sokah Origins’, Voice’s ‘Cavanal’, ‘Socalize’, ‘Sekon Sunday’, ‘Out In South’, ‘Soca Spree’ in Tobago, ‘Soka With Her’, Patrice Roberts’ ‘Strength Of A Woman’, and ‘Soca Monarch Finals’, our cameras were there to preserve these as memories for history.

With the cancellation of 2021 carnival, recalling pass carnivals have become more precious to carnival lovers than ever. To help you reminisce, we at CEH have compiled a video playlist of our ten most impressive soca performances recorded for Trinidad  carnival 2020.

So, Soca Lovers! On ‘Old Years Night’ (New Year’s Eve Night), push back your furniture, turn up the volume on your home theater system and allow yourself to fully be entertain by:

  1. Kes and Voice at Canvanal
  2. Fay Ann Lyons and Bunji Garlin at Sekon Sunday
  3. Michael Montano at Army Fete
  4. Skinny Banton at Soca Monarch Finals
  5. Patrice Roberts at Army Fete
  6. Destra Garica at Soka With Her
  7. Mr Killa at Soca Spree
  8. Nailah Blackman at Sekon Sunday
  9. Kes The Band at Army Fete
  10. Nadia Batson at Soka With Her

Yes!! This Is Sweet Soca. Enjoy!!

 

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