CEH Aug 2021 New Chutney Soca Releases Spotlights “Let’s Get Vaccinated” by Various Artistes

Written by: David Lawrence

Some of the top Chutney Soca artistes in the industry came together and lend their voices in unison to encourage their Trinbagonian countrymen and fans all over to get vaccinated. The song “Let’s Get Vaccinated” featuring Ravi B, Kenneth Supersad, Master Saleem, Savita Singh, Rawytee Ramroop, Adesh Samaroo, Nisha Ramsook, and Veejai Ramkissoon was written by Kenneth Supersad, and produced by Kishore’Wizzy’.

Within hours of release, thousands of views, and many positive comments started pouring in on the YouTube channels that carry it.

DeJoint: “great public message from the Chutney Music Industry ..The wise people will do what’s best for them and their family..”

Reshma Gomez: “Love, love, love this!!! Superb job u guys! Spread the love and the positive message.❤❤❤”


Southex Event Management Company (Southex) who teamed up with Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal (of Trinidad) for the project, had this to say in a press release:

“The authorities have done a good job in getting vaccines and making them readily available to the public, but because of so much mis-information out there on social media, there are people out there who have decided that they will not take the vaccine for different reasons.”

“While we respect their decision, we hope that everyone will get all the information available, check with their doctors and rethink their decision, as we believe that this is the only way out of this pandemic that has traumatised the world for almost two years.”

“About two weeks ago, Southex was approached by Dr. Roodal Moonilal. He had a genuine concern for people who did not want to take the vaccine, and at the time had lost many friends to the dreaded virus.”

“The project being launched today was initiated and assisted by Dr Roodal Moonilal with financial support from the business community. When Dr. Moonilal approached us, we thought it would be a great idea to market and motivate people to go out there and get the vaccine through comedy and music.”

The other tracks in our August playlist contain the familiar themes of a lighter note though so take a listen and enjoy.

1. 'Official Music Video' featuring our top artistes of the Chutney Soca Industry Let's Get Vaccinated 0:45
2. KI & The Band Way From Me [Official Audio] (2022 Chutney Soca) 0:45
3. I Doh Trust Dem Man Nalini Ramnarine 0:45
4. I Love Daru Ranjeev Ramdeen 0:45
5. Obeah Remix Nisha Baksh X Jesh Ramnanan 0:45
6. Be Happy Veekash Sahadeo 0:45
7. Rosehall Town Gyal Bunty Singh X Vanita Willie 0:45
8. Tonight We Go Party Vypa 0:45

Hashtags #RaviB #KennethSupersad #MasterSaleem #SavitaSingh #RawyteeRamroop #AdeshSamaroo #NishaRamsook #VeejaiRamkissoon #KI #NaliniRamnarine #RanjeevRamdeen #NishaBaksh #JeshRamnanan #VeekashSahadeo #BuntySingh #VanitaWillie #Vypa

The E-Hub

Ehub Display

The E-Hub is a series of weekly Instagram Live interviews brought to you by Caribbean Entertainment Hub to keep you abreast and in tune with what’s happening in the Caribbean entertainment Industry.

Most Popular Posts

Hands down, Terri Lyons is one of the most dynamic vocalists in the game with the musical versatility to match. Even though she hails from soca royalty as daughter of a soca legend, the one and only Super Blue, she has been determined to create her own legacy in the music industry

Read more ...

American mega pop star John legend teams up with Koffee, one of Jamaica’s current biggest dancehall artists and Grammy winner, for a super track ‘Don’t Walk Away’ on his newly released album, ‘Bigger Love’.

Read more ...

At around 1:30 am, with the crowd buzzing with excitement, the time had come for the Gagamel to appear. His entrance was preceded by a darken stage and the music to his hit song ‘Our Father In Zion’. At this point the stadium was illuminated by the lights of thousands of cell phones,

Read more ...

‘Zesser’ a term that was initially coined and heavily associated with the Trinidad Dancehall community has now evolved into a movement. Today this movement, which was birthed within the streets of Trinidad’s ghettos is now making its way to some of the main stages, not just locally but internationally as well.

Read more ...