Jan 2023 New Soca Releases

Jan 2023 New Soca Releases

CEH Jan 2023 Presents The Mother Of Carnival New Soca Releases

Written by: Nekisha 'Neicy Cyrus'

Soca music to the world as the mother of all carnivals make its return with a magnificent bang. When it comes to this year’s musical catalogue, let’s just say that our soca artistes did not hold back. Some even gave credit to the pandemic, siting that the unexpected break is the reason for this newfound and refreshing breath of creativity.

Our soca stars, both young and established, are giving new life to the phrase ‘A-game ‘. From the lyrical prowess displayed, on point marketing, unexpected collaborations, surprise releases and history making live performance moments; the mother of all carnival is making a musical statement.

On a sad note, it seems like the enjoyment of these new releases will only be experienced at the fetes and on Carnival Monday & Tuesday, as one of the biggest showdowns of musical showmanship was cancelled for the first time in 30 years voluntarily. Yes, we are referring to the historic carnival staple the ‘International Soca Monarch’.

But we’re not going to dwell there, we’re going to take the good with the bad and focus mostly on the good. So, with that said Caribbean Entertainment Hub would like to salute all our soca artistes who contributed to the musical success of the return of the mecca of all carnivals, Trinidad & Tobago Carnival 2023.

Check out our 2023 new soca releases playlist below as we feature some of this carnival’s heavy hitters for the season. Take a listen and enjoy!

1. Shake the Place Machel Montano x Destra 0:45
2. The Spirit of Shadow | 2023 Soca | Official Audio Mr. Killa 0:47
3. Who Ready | 2023 Soca | Official Audio Nessa Preppy x Alison Hinds 0:45
4. Like Yuh Self Patrice Roberts x Machel Montano 0:45
5. Mental Day Kes 0:45
6. Hard Fete | 2023 Music Release Bunji Garlin 0:45
7. Lyrikal x Lil Natty & Thunda The Ambush | 2023 Soca (Official Lyric Video) 0:45
8. Come Home Nailah Blackman x Skinny Fabulous 0:45
9. Voice & Alison Hinds The Return | 2023 Soca (Official Audio) 0:45
10. Mical Teja x Freetown Collective - MAS (Official Music Video) undefined 0:45
11. College Boy Jesse & Destra - Bacchanal Blood (Lyric Video) (Produced By DJ Ana & Ultra Simmo) undefined 0:45
12. De Right Track | 2023 Soca | Trinidad Jadel x Skinny Fabulous 0:45
13. Voice X Lil Natty and Thunda - MY STAGE NOW (Official Audio) undefined 0:45
14. By D Truck Tempa x Patrice Roberts 0:45
15. Gal Roll It Dev 0:45
16. We Alcohol Rome X Motto 0:45
17. DYAM TING | 2023 Soca | Trinidad Nessa Preppy, Super Blue 0:45
18. Right Down Trinidad Killa 0:45
19. Whining Parish Triniboi Joocie 0:45
20. Fay-Ann Lyons, Int'l Stephen & MSK MUSIK - Antics | 2023 Soca 0:45


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