‘RUN SOMETHING’ Video Release #AMRC
I sing a tune already, they want a tune again
To keep de parang steady, to sing a sweet refrain
For papa in de kitchen & mama painting
They want a sweet melody for celebrating
Rembunction has done it again. His latest soca parang release ‘Run Something’ is a sweet melody that has come at just the right time for the final Christmas countdown. The lyrics of the song paint a nostalgic picture of Christmas in the Caribbean from the food preparation, the home preparation, the last minute buying and selling, and, of course the sweet gatherings of friends and family. It is a cheerful and infectious tune that was written and produced by Roland “Remy” Yearwood, featuring musical performances by Joseph Joey Rivers on the cuatro and Enrico Rico Di GittarmanCamejo on the mandolin. The song was mixed by Richard Ahong and mastered by Martin Raymond. It’s the perfect partner to dance into the Christmas season with a smile on your face ;].
Rembunction promises lots more videos and music to keep the Christmas spirit alive for the season. His album is available for purchase on itunes and at the M Store in Piarco International Airport.
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What is Parang Music?
Parang is a popular folk music originating out of Trinidad and Tobago, it was brought to Trinidad by Venezuelan migrants who were primarily of Amerindian and African heritage, something which is strongly reflected in the music itself. The word is derived from two Spanish words:’Parranda’, meaning ‘a spree or fête’ and ‘Parar’ meaning ‘to stop’. In the past, it was traditional for parang serenaders to pay nocturnal visits to the homes of family and friends, where part of the fun was waking the inhabitants of the household from their beds. Today, a new form of parang, ‘soca parang’, has emerged. Soca parang is a combination of soca and parang