Music From Grenada’s Artistes Dripping In Talent

Written by: Lesandra Scott

Trinidad’s Carnival has left us, Caribbean massive, in a state of want but sadly, Corona won’t let us be ourselves.  Some have started calling it the “New Normal”, and with everyday feeling like Sunday, it’s not hard to see why.

Netflix, you may have probably exhausted that by now. Books, hey, you may not be that big of a reader and trying new recipes? This may not be in the best interest of your pockets right now. There is, however, one thing that most likely won’t disappoint or make you mentally cringe at the thought of it. Good ole music plus it’s absolutely free.

Facebook and Instagram Live streams have been popping up with popular and well-liked DJs keeping the torch of ‘feel good in this crappy time’ ablaze. This trend, however, may not appeal to everyone.  The fact is, their choice of music and ‘vibes’ may not match the mood you’re in or complement you mentally and emotionally at this particular point in time.

Here is a list of songs from some of Grenada’s artistes that reflect the mood of the time.

    1. A#Keem  – Stay Up –
    2. Sabrina Francis – I Feel –
    3. Thamara ‘Songbird’ St. Bernard – Jah Battle –
    4. A#Keem – Pray & Pray-
    5. Jeverson ramirez – Ms Carnival (cover)
    6. Tamantha Chole – In We Blood –
    7. V’ghn – Standing Ovation –
    8. A#Keem – Island Perspective –


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