VIDEO: Sunshine & Nadiva – I Got It “2018 Soca” (Official Audio) | | | ‘I Got It’ was written to empower women and encourage them to be confident in what they bring to...
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[Subscribe NOW!!] | [Instagram] | [All] | ‘I Got It’ was written to empower women and encourage them to be confident in what they bring to
the table. It intends to leave an imprint in all females minds that whatever insecurity they are facing,
they don’t have to face it alone, but what they need is a change of mind, and this song is the change.
To celebrate the woman and the fact that men cannot do without us, no matter how they try, this
song promotes self-love, so women can know their worth, stand proud, and willfully say ‘I Got It’!!
It’s a fun, catchy, heavy bassline, whining tune for all to get on to. The lyrical content reflects the
sisters’ appreciation to Vincy musicians and was inspired by some of S&N’s favourite Vincy Soca
songs by artists such as Becket, Kevin Lyttle, Luta, Skinny Fabulous, Problem Child, Fireman Hooper,
Zoelah, Bomani, Skarpion, Fya Empress, Poorsah, and Dynamite. The pre-chorus was also inspired by
Antiguan legendary band Burning Flames.
I Got It was written by Sunshine & Nadiva and produced by St Vincent producer Antonius ‘BADDY’
Vocals: Sunshine & Nadiva
Written: Samantha & Nadine Bryant
Recorded: Riddim Up Studio
Produced: Antonius ‘BADDY’ Simmons for ABS Productions
Mixed: Antonius ‘BADDY’ Simmons for ABS Productions
Mastered: Davon ‘BASIC’ Cato
Artwork: Hour Glass Desizns

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One Comment
    13 June 2018 at 1:44 pm
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    They are terrible (vocals are very childish and the songwriting is extremely poor) and this is why UK Soca is not respected or taken serious. Trash.

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