In 1998, Square One released ‘Faluma’, spoken in the language of the Saamaka tribe in Suriname. The song went on to top the charts in almost every Caribbean territory, as well as on numerous radio stations throughout North America and Europe. Watch now as the Caribbean Queen Alison Hinds re-introduces ‘Faluma,’ to the world followed by her 2011 carnival release of Makelele!
Video Directed by: Tania Hoser
Edited by: Tania Hoser & Raivo Loo
©: 2012 Black Coral Inc
The official video for one of the wickedest tunes released in 2011.
After anticipating the release of the video to accompany one of the biggest songs for TNT’s 2011 carnival season, I must admit that I was left somewhat disappointed. The video lacked the wotlessness (not slackness) that I expected. Overall it was wotless-less. Not to say that I wanted a bunch of scantily clad women shaking their assets, but I feel that it did not do the song any justice in its interpretation. If I were not from the Caribbean or not familiar with the term “wotless” I would remain clueless.
Pt. 2 of the “Socaholics Groovy: Just A Taste” collection featuring a sample of the hottest Groovy Soca tunes for Trinidad‘s Carnival 2011. In this mix I highlighted a lot of the songs that I felt had an international club feel as well as representing the true essence of the greatest show on earth!
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