Barbadian soca artist Hypasounds did his thing with the sweet melody of ‘Sugar Rush’
Socatology 2016 phenomenal
Tue, 03/29/2016 - 12:00am Barbados1
SOCATOLOGY 2016 held at Kensington Oval was the place to be on Saturday night as hundreds were treated to an unforgettable night of sweet Soca music from the wide range of regional and international soca artists.
Lead Pipe and Saddis took to the stage around 11:10pm and set the ball rolling with a full hype and energetic performance. The duo performed some of their popular hits such as ‘Till Morning’ followed by ‘Carnival Addiction’ and ended with the popular hit song ‘Benup.’
Not breaking a sweat, King Bubba took to the stage and was later joined by artiste Nikita as the two performed the smash songs ‘Tequila’ and ‘Another One.’
The crowd went wild when Peter Ram came on later. He performed his popular hit ‘All Ah We’ which had the audience singing and waving banners and scarves.
Lucian born soca artist Teddyson John performed his popular hit ‘Allez’ causing the audience to go wild with his energetic and hype performance, which according to him, is a prelude of what one can expect from him for the crop over season in Barbados.
Barbadian soca artist Hypasounds did his thing with the sweet melody of ‘Sugar Rush’. A favourite of many individuals.
It is often said the best is saved for last as the crowd lost it when Lyrikal, Stiffy, Skinny Fabulous and the ever entertaining Kerwin Du Bois came out and conquered the rest of the show. Each artist performed some of their favorites and well known songs but it was the audience interaction which stood out the most during their performances.
All too soon it was over but from the sweat clad bodies, happy expressions and excited chatter one can say persons enjoyed themselves.