Rikki Jai & KMC

Rikki Jai & KMC

Soca Icons Rikki Jai and KMC Make History with “Socavivor” Music Video Premiere on BET

Written by: Press Release

Renowned Soca artists Rikki Jai and KMC have set a groundbreaking milestone in the music industry with the premiere of their latest music video, “Socavivor,” on BET network. This marks a significant moment as Rikki Jai, a nine-time winner of the Chutney Soca Monarch, becomes the first Chutney Soca artist to have their work featured on BET.

“Socavivor” encapsulates the vibrant energy and infectious rhythms of Soca music, blending traditional elements with modern flair. The collaboration between Rikki Jai and KMC, both titans in the Soca genre, promises an electrifying visual and auditory experience for fans worldwide.

With its dynamic choreography, colorful visuals, and pulsating beats, “Socavivor” showcases the rich cultural tapestry of the Caribbean while transcending geographical boundaries to captivate audiences globally. The music video celebrates unity, resilience, and the spirit of carnival, inviting
viewers to join the Soca movement and embrace the joyous festivities.

Rikki Jai’s unparalleled success in the Chutney Soca arena, coupled with KMC’s innovative approach to music, ensures that “Socavivor” will leave an indelible mark on the international music scene. By premiering on BET, the music video not only amplifies the reach of Soca music but also highlights the genre’s growing influence on a global scale.

For more information and updates, follow Rikki Jai and KMC on their respective social media platforms.

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