For Flashback Friday, Boomshots Features A Grenadian Soca Song (2011)

A balanced relationship is analogous to a pendulum in a resting, equilibrium position. Any disruption (disagreement, separation etc.), displaces the pendulum sideways, causing vulnerability to a restoring force, due to gravity. In former Grenada Soca Monarch, Shem Bernard aka Terror Kids’ song, “Loose She Man,” sultry vocals over a symphonic production (Don Omar Riddim) by Lyndon Pope of YoungStarz Production, provides a refreshing soca sound. More After The Jump…

The music video directed by Kerry Velon, brings this Spice Island Soap Opera to life.   In the video, the protagonist, played by Grenadian artist, Jalon  “Boyzie” Olive, finds himself subject to temptation following a heated argument with his girlfriend. “Jus so!” the pendulum swings into motion to restore harmony.

Main Photograph by Shari Jones
Follow @CharStarImani @Boomshots

For Flashback Friday, Boomshots Features A Grenadian Soca Song (2011)

A balanced relationship is analogous to a pendulum in a resting, equilibrium position. Any disruption (disagreement, separation etc.), displaces the pendulum sideways, causing vulnerability to a restoring force, due to gravity. In former Grenada Soca Monarch, Shem Bernard aka Terror Kids’ song, “Loose She Man,” sultry vocals over a symphonic production (Don Omar Riddim) by Lyndon Pope of YoungStarz Production, provides a refreshing soca sound. More After The Jump…

The music video directed by Kerry Velon, brings this Spice Island Soap Opera to life.   In the video, the protagonist, played by Grenadian artist, Jalon  “Boyzie” Olive, finds himself subject to temptation following a heated argument with his girlfriend. “Jus so!” the pendulum swings into motion to restore harmony.

Main Photograph by Shari Jones
Follow @CharStarImani @Boomshots