Please say Kon'nichiwa to the Osaka Riddim!

Call it serendipity or maybe a true blessing, but when the universe delivers a moment of inspiration just as you need it, all you can be is thankful.

Earlier this year the team was fortuitous enough to experience such an instant. It came from hundreds of radiant faces dancing delightedly to Precision’s music in Japan.

Two things immediately occurred.

Firstly, a deep swell of gratitude encompassed everyone in studio, and secondly, the team was inspired to pass that feeling along to the world in music and songs.

That flash of motivation spurred this new riddim to life.

So guided by the enthusiasm of fans in Japan and hope filled hearts, Precision Productions would like to invite the Soca loving world to say, Kon’nichiwa to the Osaka Riddim.

5Star Akil jumpstarts things with a fascinating music video, for his song “Personal” that gives us a close up look at the very same enthusiastic Japanese gyrations, which set this riddim into motion.

Then we have LFS Music, who continue to cement their place in Soca, using their boisterous spunk to get masqueraders to “Start It“.

Meanwhile, Preedy, whose animated performances continue to captivate audiences on and off stage, instigates hypnotic wildness with his particular brand of mischief in “Warm Up“.

Alive and Well” by current Soca Monarch Voice, features the Bishop Anstey High School Choir led by Ms. Lorraine Granderson. The song imparts a strong message with heavenly vocals meant to fortify listeners and douse them in tuneful rapture.

Crowd favourite Kerwin Du Bois, closes this magnetic riddim out with “Right For Somebody“. In this one, Kerwin shares from his soul as he reminds everyone, regardless of what the world may say, we are all already more than good enough, just as we are.

Precision Productions makes several ambitious musical leaps in this riddim, building a sound that carries the incendiary spark of melodious mastery the team has become quite well known for.

Ready yourselves, because this riddim will have partygoers soaring to inconceivable heights as they take on the bacchanal of Carnival 2019.