Nailah Blackman Carries the Legacy of Original Sokah Music in Her Blood
The soca singer wants to share her family's musical heritage and the vibrancy of Trinidad with the world through her new video for "Dangerous Boy (Remix)."
Bunji Garlin and Shenseea's New Remix Is a One-Way Ticket to Carnival
The Trinidadian and Jamaican duo join forces for "Big Bad Soca Remix," a song that makes any Carnival proud.
Diplo's Having Fun Again on Major Lazer's New EP
'Know No Better' finds him working with an exciting array of talent from around the globe.
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Jillionaire Celebrates Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival with a High-Octane Soca Mix
The dynamic session features tracks by Michael Montano, Voice, and Lavaman.
Machel Montano HD: How the Soca Star Is Creating a Clearer Picture for Global Pop
"[Soca] is the fuel we need. It's like solar power. Humans need joy power."
Mississauga Band Other Families Go H.A.M. with the “His Mouth Is Fused” Video
A dancehall-flavoured song and bizarre new video from the Mississauga weirdos.
Meet K. Forest, the Brampton Singer Behind Travis Scott's "Guidance"
We talk to the rising Toronto R&B star about his "spiritual" sound and how he refuses to stray from a destiny of being true to himself.
Ignore The Bacchanal And Listen to Noisey's "No Fences" Caribana Playlist
Listen to Noisey's exclusive soca mix courtesy of DJ D-LIFE.
Major Lazer's Jillionaire Produces Soca Star Bunji Garlin's Scorching "Television"
The two Trinidadians connect for a new single on the Major Lazer member's Feel Up Records.
Riots, Raves, and Underground Blues Parties: Stories from a Carnival Soundsystem Original
Basil Jarvis left the Caribbean for West London 50 years ago, and has blasted soca sounds onto the streets of Notting Hill every year since.
Thirty Years of Notting Hill Carnival in Photos
While everyone else was busy drinking rum out of the bottle and looking for a place to take a leak, photographers Norman Craig and Giles Moberly were diligently documenting the party on camera.
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How to Survive the Best Party on the Planet: Trinidad Carnival
Trinidad Carnival is two months of "fetting" and "liming." It's as if India’s Holi festival did P90X on steroids. Here's the skinny on this Trini bacchanal and how to survive your comedown.