Floops Festival Episode 06 (#FF06) is a 29 song, one hour long podcast of 2017 Vincy Soca hits. Hear from the 2017 St. Vincent Carnival Ragga Soca Winner Hance John with his song “Sugar Mami” and Power Soca winner Fireman Hooper with “Wild“. The season saw the birth of the Club crossover hit “Brave” by Dynamite. The producer that had the most hits for the season was Kubiyashi. So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 06 and remember to use the hashtag FF06 when referring to the show and to check out the free djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store and iTunes. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 05 (#FF05) is an 18 song, 44 minutes long podcast of your favorite house classics for the last 3 decades. Expect hits from Frankie Knuckles, Daft Punk and my favorite Eric Prydz with a remake of Steve Winwood’s 80’s hit Valerie called “Call on Me”. So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 05 and remember to use the hashtag FF05 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store and iTunes. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 04 (#FF04) is 19 song, hour long podcast of your favorite Chutney Bollywood Remixes. My favorite song of this mix is General Imran also known as G.I singing, a Despacito Mashup with Baarish from the movie Half Girlfriend, starring Shradha Kapoor. This is a Bollywood Latin Mashup with Mr. Renzo taking care of the Spanish aspects. Trust me don’t sleep on this version. If you have been following the Chutney Music scene closely, you would have known that GI recently launched his solo music career after being a backup singer for Dil-e-Nadan. the So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 04 and remember to use the hashtag FF04 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store and iTunes. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 03 (#FF03) is 26 song podcast curated by my own manager, OA Management. This mix follows from the mellow vibe set in #FF02. I asked her why she chose such sad songs to which she remarked that she just liked eerie music. Of course, if you grew in late 90s and 2000s, these songs ithinould be of no surprise to you. Many of these songs don’t depend on the beat but have powerful lyrics and deep meanings. My pick of the mix will definitely by Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics. I love the synthesizer and Annie Lennox is one of the best contralto voices of all time. When I asked my manager what is her favorite song, she stated both the original and Lost Frequencies Remix of Armin van Buuren’s In and Out of Love…arguably his best song to date. So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 03 and remember to use the hashtag FF03 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 02 (#FF02) is the second episode n the Floops Festival Series. In this episode, we feature Ukrainian songstress TANA. TANA is a new band that plays electronic music in different sub-genres, such as: future bass, electronic chillout and downtempo. In this episode we have included three songs from her. In keeping with TANA chill music, this episode we take a more laid back approach and the songs have been blended for easy listening, which makes it perfect for party openers or drive time accompaniment. So sit back, relax, let Dj Floops take the wheel and Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 01 (#FF01) is the first episode in a new podcast series curated by djfloopstt. Floops Festival is an eclectic mix of soca, chutney and electronic dance music (edm). In this episode, we recap the 2017 soca hits from the 2017 Trinidad Carnival Season.
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Bare stands and vacant pavements greeted J’Ouvert revellers in the capital city of Port-of-Spain yesterday a dismal sign for vendors and organisers alike. Up to 8.30 am yesterday—the Lord Kitchener Stand, South Quay remained virtually deserted. It was a similar situation as the normally crowded streets along South Quay and Broadway, Independence Square remained devoid of spectators. A long-time supporter of Carnival, 60-year-old Mary Adams, of Belmont, who journeyed into the capital around 3 am— expressed surprise at the lack of spectators. “I got up extra early to come here because I know it always have people here and I wanted to make sure I got a good seat. Imagine, we have our pick now and we could even switch seats too,” Adams said, as she burst out in laughter. Asked why people may have stayed away, Adams opined, “It could be any number of things right now. I know the crime bad and plenty people frighten to come out although the police keep saying it is okay.” At exactly 4 am, Port-of-Spain Mayor Joel Martinez declared the start to the Carnival celebrations—while National Carnival Commission chairman, Colin Lucas said he was looking forward to what was shaping up to be an “interesting” season. He urged both masqueraders and spectators to have, “A great, safe and enjoyable Carnival 2018.” Also present for the formal opening was former mayor Murchison Brown. Chairman of the Downtown Carnival Committee, Wendell Stephens—who has been holding the position for the last five years — said he intended to step down following after this year’s season. He said, “chairing Carnival has been a challenge.” “However, it has been a challenge that I have managed to overcome during the last five years as chairman.” Stephen praised Supt Glenn Charles of the Port-of-Spain City Police as one of the main people who guided him through his years of organising the Carnival celebrations. Stephens said he was ready to pass on the baton. Asked what measures had been adopted to ensure the downtown judging point was safe for all users, Charles boasted, “The Downtown Carnival is one of the safest zones.” “This year, we did out homework to correct whatever little problems we have last year and we intend to keep it that way.” The main problem last year was the issue of crowd control as the larger bands positioned themselves for judging. “We have since brought in additional numbers to assist and because of the security threat, we are even more vigilant regarding people going up into the stands and we are keeping a more vigilant watch.” Charles said they were assisted by the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) as well Court and Process Branch officers in searching spectators and arresting those on outstanding warrants. Insp Krishna Boodoo, who was in charge of the RBC carpark located opposite to the judge’s bandstand at South Quay, said “We want to ensure the masqueraders and the public using this venue are safe. We are wishing the Carnival goers all the best and a safe celebration.” He said they were ready for any emergency.
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