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    The french WI and Haiti have carnaval and they don't listen to soca.


    Quote Originally Posted by Trinizagada View Post
    There was no need for your condescending remark to his post!

    You know he meant to say that Soca is the music of the Caribbean nations that have carnivals... yuh diss the man and when he responds you think that it is funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poca! View Post
    The french WI and Haiti have carnaval and they don't listen to soca.
    Hello when people talking about Soca we make reference to Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Antigua, St. Lucia, Barbados, US VI, BVI, Dominica and Trinidad and Tobago etc... we never make reference to the French speaking countries... Most of you in here know that... so when reference was made to the West Indies Swaggs was correct!

    When we make reference to West Indies Cricket do we mean Martinique, Guadeloupe and Haiti? Get real now!

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    No he was not right because he said WI as if the whole WI listen to soca. And then someone tried to clarify by saying that he somehow meant the islands that have carnaval, but others gave the same festivities on the same date and still don't ;isten to soca.

    so yeah, both were wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poca! View Post
    No he was not right because he said WI as if the whole WI listen to soca. And then someone tried to clarify by saying that he somehow meant the islands that have carnaval, but others gave the same festivities on the same date and still don't ;isten to soca.

    so yeah, both were wrong.

    Boss yuh damn well know what I meant and I noticed that you ignored my cricket analogy... I wonder why? Let me put it this way to you... I understood what he meant, OK! Nuff Said...

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    Dude, just accept that he was rightfully corrected. And also the one who added the carnival comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poca! View Post
    Dude, just accept that he was rightfully corrected. And also the one who added the carnival comment.
    Ok accepted...

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    Soca is the rhythm of my soul....it the pulse of my being....its my breakfast, lunch, and dinner.....Its the pick me up on a down day and the motivation to get things done....Its the joy I feel and the love is real....Its the connection to my birthplace....the diversity of its' followers....the appreciation of its parents, auntie, uncles, cousins & neighbors...its the embodiment of jubilant expression and cultural exchange...Soca to me is a thing of beauty that words alone will only leave the exposed yearning for more....
    If there wasn't any bad parents then there wouldn't be any good strip clubs... Think about it!!!

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    SOCA TO ME IS AN OPPORTUNITY to TRAUMATIZE THE IMIX TRINIS WITH SOME TRUTHS.

    YUHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEee

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    Quote Originally Posted by VINCYPOWA View Post
    SOCA TO ME IS AN OPPORTUNITY to TRAUMATIZE THE IMIX TRINIS WITH SOME TRUTHS.

    YUHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEee
    You sir live one sad life if thats ALL soca is to you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by VINCYPOWA View Post
    SOCA TO ME IS AN OPPORTUNITY to TRAUMATIZE THE IMIX TRINIS WITH SOME TRUTHS.

    YUHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEee
    Happy 4Th of July to you tooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

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    I am Bahamian and Honduran. I grew up in a St. Thomas, VI household (my step father is from VI). I remember hearing and dancing to soca as a child, yet, I can't really tell you any popular soca tunes from those times, because I was more concerned with the latest rap or R&B hit on the radio.

    I was young and very naive when I joined the Army. I did not know there were people that never saw a black person before. I did not know there were people that never heard of the Bahamas or Honduras. I was extremely homesick my first two to three years in the Army. One day I came across an old soca mixtape that I made in highschool. Upon listening to it, I instantly felt close to home

    That was years ago. However, I still listen to soca EVERYDAY! Soca has also helped keep my home close to my heart while overseas, and while stationed in the states. I even fell in love with Kompa and Zouk while stationed in Korea.

    Now, things have changed. I RARELY listen to mainstream radio. I can't even tell you the latest hip hop club banger. I listen to soca EVERYDAY...ALLL DAY!!! Soca is my heart, my pulse, my peace, and my piece of mind. When I vex or happy, I listen to soca. Anybody that truly knows me, knows that soca is everything to me.
    Make peace with yourself and then you can make peace with the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by uran10 View Post
    You sir live one sad life if thats ALL soca is to you...
    U do not LIKE to HEAR/SEE TRUTH on your SCREEN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinizagada View Post
    Happy 4Th of July to you tooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
    I n I ah RASTA.

    I n I DOH CELEBRATE BABYLON KILLING OFF THE NATIVE AMERICANS FOR THEIR LANDS.

    YUHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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    Quote Originally Posted by VINCYPOWA View Post
    I n I ah RASTA.

    I n I DOH CELEBRATE BABYLON KILLING OFF THE NATIVE AMERICANS FOR THEIR LANDS.

    YUHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    Not a bad statement and it rings true but you are reaping the benefits of that dastardly deed.... Life goes on VP (you do live in the US correct).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinizagada View Post
    Not a bad statement and it rings true but you are reaping the benefits of that dastardly deed.... Life goes on VP (you do live in the US correct).
    LIFE GOES on.

    However, you have CHOICES in LIFE.................

    CELEBRATING the GENOCIDE of NATIVE AMERICA on the 4th of JULY is not one of those CHOICES that I FIND ACCEPTING.

    YUHHHHHHH SEEEEEEE MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEe

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