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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinks4Life View Post
    I think his name is Kali(sp) (SexyPanaT can u confirm this) he records a lot of Soca tunes from Panama
    Yes his name is Kali Toka

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    Quote Originally Posted by socapineman View Post
    Neniita X Pternsky - Soca Loca


    If I am not mistaken Neniita is from Columbia but spends a lot of time in Trinidad where Pternsky is also from so this isn't strictly speaking Panamanian Soca.

    I believe the Panamanians used to refer to this Spanish Latin Soca style as Socaton but recently they have also been regularly referring to this style as Socatina which is a slight variation on the word Socaton.

    Big up to all the Latin Soca artists in the Caribbean, Central and South America!
    This Spanish Latin Soca style is also quite popular in Venezuela especially among Black Venezuelans.
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    Does anyone have any older Panamanian soca from a few years back?

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