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WELCOME TO INSIDE SOCA

A brand new and exciting digital carnival magazine.

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ABOUT INSIDE SOCA

Inside Soca Magazine is a brand new and exciting digital carnival magazine. We are the ISM (Inside Soca Magazine family. We are a group of friends passionate about our Caribbean culture, with a burning desire to contribute to making Inside Soca a global brand.

Our aim is to showcase the Caribbean culture through carnival, food and the abundance of talented individuals who operate behind the scenes contributing to the success of the beautiful festival of love, colour and creativeness - CARNIVAL.

 

WHAT IS IN THE LATEST ISSUE?

Hello

Welcome to Inside Soca Issue 1.3 - We Outside

Hello to you all my IS (Inside Soca) family. It has been a while since we last connected. Like the rest of the world, we were affected by Covid, but due to our resilience and commitment to our extraordinary culture, we are back.
I would first like to thank all of you for your continuous support during our period of absence. From simple “checking in” messages to content ideas to a telling-off because of our inactivity, we appreciate you. You all have shown us how important our role is within our culture and the need for us to ensure our music is heard and recognised globally. Moving forward, Inside Soca is more committed to showcasing ALL elements of our culture, people, food and the unforgettable experience that encapsulates the beautiful festival we love so much - Carnival.

Blaxx: Our Soca Super Hero

Our Soca Super Hero - Blaxx

Dexter John Stewart the Artiste we all know as “Blaxx” left us on March 28th,2022. Blaxx , our Soca Super Hero who made us all “Feel Like Hulk” crossed over into Soca Heaven after a battle with Covid-19 in Trinidad. Sadly, Blaxx had been on a hugely successful run performing back to back nights in Trinidad at various shows during what would usually be their annual carnival season before lent. This Eastern Currency destination was one of the first islands Christopher Columbus set his eyes on in 1492, naming both islands. St. Christopher, named in his own honor and Nevis, Spanish for Nuestra Señoradelas Nieves which means Our Lady of the Snows because of what appeared to be snow on Nevis Peak. At least two other groups of indigenous people inhabited St.Kitts and Nevis, including the Arawak’s and the Kalinago people or Island Caribs’ prior to the arrival of the Spanish.

I Am King

Cameron Hall aka King

A celebration of cultures, fashion and music, Carnival is one of the most anticipated events of the year. It is the perfect opportunity to showcase your skillset and creativity and most importantly have fun. What better way to caption these moments than the use of still images and video recordings. After all, the adage says, A picture is worth a thousand words. This adage has been a key component in Cameron Hall’s drive to showcase his extraordinary talent. Cameron Hall, aka Kam King, grew up in the West London area between Ladbroke Grove and Shepherds Bush, known to many for being a quite shy and budding footballer.

READ THE
LATEST ISSUE

We Outside
Blaxx - Soca Super Hero
I Am King
Soca Charts

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