NEW: SOCA MIXTAPE – FULL EXTREME – TRINIDAD CARNIVAL MIX (mixed by DJ Mika Raguaa)
Enjoy a colorful Soca selection all around Trinidad Carnival 2017 including some great Moombahton fusion remixes and own edits mixed by DJ Mika Raguaa (from Leipzig / Germany | based in Port of Spain / Trinidad & Tobago). Support Caribbean music and share it to your friends and family and get ready for the new Carnival season!
Curt, Natasha, Rodney, Alister, Lando, Manstarr Empire, Kwesi, Flipo, Hypa 4000, Skarra Mucci, Problem Child, Tallpree, Romeo, Phantom IMC, Shotmaster J, Ryan G, Kerin, Claudia & Ce’Cile
Recorded with CD Players. #nolaptop #mikashelldown
SOCA MIXTAPE – ONE KRIBBEAN – ISLANDS TOGETHER (mixed by DJ Mika Raguaa)
How much do you really know about Soca music? What are the differences between the islands? Where does it really come from? How does it sound when all Caribbean islands represent on one mixtape? DJ Mika Raguaa showing you the diversity of Soca music in a great composition! Enjoy 90 phenomenal tracks in 4 different languages full of vibes! Recorded in Germany – released in Tobago! Soca to the world!
This mix is not only a great composition of influences of Soca music and a huge research project in a cooperation Soca Worldwide Org – its also a lyrically on fire! Enjoy what artists from all Caribbean Islands can do – and how!
Enjoy artists from Anguilla, Barbados, Haiti, Antigua, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Monserrat, St. Kitts, the Virgin Islands, Belize, Grenada, St. Maarten, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Guadelupe and many many more – see and discover the borders and frontiers of Soca music to other genres. Soca to the world! The tracklist is also online on #Kribbean.
Cinnamon, Flipo, Tallpree, Shortpree, Skinny Banton, Hypa 4000, Valentino King, Kerry Porter, Nicholas, C Johnson, Nikki Brooks, Andrew `Hitz’ Phillip, Skarra Mucci, Maurice Simple Fx
DANCEHALL MIXTAPE – DANCEHALL BASHMENT – SEX SELLS EDITION
(mixed by DJ Mika Raguaa)
A sextape? Yes!
After asking my Facebook-friends if i shall run as next Dancehall mix a raw or a clean mix ………… the result has been more than clear! I thought it is a good idea to play with the topic a little bit. The result is a diverse and large-scale mixtape production with the special idea of make people come together to come closer and enjoy the right music to some physical actions… Yes, … this is for you!
What i have been putting together are sensual and lyrical Dancehall tracks with a sexy touch, combined with exclusive remixes, a lot of nice sound effects and excursions to music genres like Chilltrap, Twerk, Moombahton and even Booty Bass… Artists from Jamaica to New York City, from Nigeria to Florida, from Amsterdam to Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago … From Ghana to Germany back to the land of the birth of the music! Surely i also want to introduce some new artists, that really deserve a little view on their great work … I talk about Jelani, Korrexx, Black Starr, Jez Blenda, Jr Kenna, Dwayne Rose & Krishane – it’s definetly worth it to check them out! Latest hits, new influences and good old classics in a 3 hours super selection… dedicated to those that like it extra long – to have a good time together – from the first moves to the final physical attraction… Enjoy! PS: The mix was recorded in underwear… when you listen to it – you know why… it is damn hot!
Cover Photo: Problem Child / Mika Raguaa
Jingles by: DJ Vybzlord (USA), Shotmaster J (Trinidad), Cinnamon (St. Kitts), Charly Black (Jamaica), Blackstarr (Trinidad), Famous 20 (Jamaica), Bunny General (Jamaica), Wayne Marshall (Jamaica), Skarra Mucci (Germany/Jamaica), Ce’Cile (Jamaica), Red Fox (Jamaica), Korrex (USA/Jamaica), Dwayne Rose (Jamaica), Phanton IMC (Jamaica), Jelani (Jamaica), Alishia (Trinidad), Lustah (Jamaica), Tallpree (Grenada), K. Holder (Trinidad) & C. Johnson (USA)
Thank you for your great support!
The mix is created for:
1. Guys that want to make a girl attracted to them
2. Girls that want attract guys
3. Couples that need to get a new kick in their relationship
4. People that just fell in love and have love more than two times a day
5. Follwers of lyrics and musical harmonies in Caribbean music
6. Addicts of slackness and lovers of Dancehall music
7. Big speakers
The mix is NOT created for:
1. The radio
2. The television
3. The newspaper
Exclusively recorded Mix for the SOCA WORLD SHOW on 103.6 The London Beat FM (UK) hosted by DJ Bostman & Kayleigh Loudmouth (London, UK). Wickedest ‘Jump Up Soca’ tracks in a 30 min selection with artists from the United Kingdom, Grenada, St. Vincent, Aruba and Trinidad & Tobago. Including jingles by Soca artists Tallpree, Shortpree (Grenada) & Valentino King (Aruba).
SOCA MIXTAPE – MON BON AMI – The Ultimate Stress Relief Soca Mix (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
Groovy Soca selection inspired by journeys to Trinidad and Tobago from February till March 2016.
A special thanks to Legacy Carnivals in Port of Spain (Trinidad) for support and costume. Much love to R. Andrews (Trinidad) for the photographies and to Alishia (Trinidad), Curt (New York, USA), Deevine (London, UK), Rasta Face from 868 (Tobago), Soca Tribes (London, UK), Alister (Trinidad), Sugar (Berlin, GER) and Miss Moore (Boston, USA) for your shout outs. As a special you will find a steel pan duet of Machel Montanos “road trip” which was recorded exclusively by Leeandro Noray & Keishaun Julien (Tobago).
EUROPEAN BASED SOCA MIXTAPE – BLAZE A TRAIL ACROSS COUNTRIES (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
Did you ever hear about Soca from Europe? This is not just a two hours selection with 60 artists based in 11 different European countries – it is a movement! Influenced or originated by the Caribbean the mix showing and the artists are showing that the passion for Soca music is breaking the borders of language and nationality through the last two decades. Be impressed of an inspiring sound of Soca in French, Spanish, Portugues, Dutch, English, Switzer-German and German. Feel free to hear the message the artists are spreading.
check out the article about THE EUROPEAN SOCA MOVEMENT – by DJ Mika Raguaa which is showing the historical developement and the geographical extension of Soca in Europe. Also take a view on the biographies of the featured artists presented in the mix. Available here!
This mix has been featured in radio interviews in Trinidad & Tobago, played on TEAM SOCA and SOCA PASSION LIVE online radio stations. It got beautifully reviewed in Riddim Magazige – Germanys most wanted magazine featuring and representing Caribbean music.
You enjoyed the Mix? Support the huge project with a PAYPAL donation to continue the research on the Caribbean Soca movement. Read more about it in the article – BLAZE A TRAIL ACROSS COUNTRIES – From Idea to Inception.
SOCA MIXTAPE – WELCOME BACK (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
This mixtape is filled with groovy Soca vibes inspired by first steps on Caribbean ground inspired by a JOURNEY TO TRINIDAD. It is including a tight mixture of mostly trinidadian Soca and a lot of edits that have been exclusively done for this production. Loads of Thanks to all supporters for your beautiful jingles and shouts. Special thanks to Curt & DJ Tony Tempo (New York), Jason, Akeem & Kevon (Trinidad), Music Chest (104.7 More FM, Trinidad) and to Champage Dee & Kemba (London, UK). The cover pictures have been taken in Trinidad. Enjoy the music excursion!
REGGAE / DANCEHALL MIXTAPE – Lioness takin ova pt.II (mixed by Sista Ka / Mika Raguaa)
It was not only the idea of creating new connections in Reggae and Dancehall Selectress Koko from Golden Crown Sound (Vienna, Austria) followed. She brought strictly female DJs in her mixtape collection “LIONESS TAKING OVA” together. With a huge success! Enjoy a great and inspiring selection of the ladies in Caribbean music business by SISTA KA (FR/UK) and MIKA RAGUAA (GER). Special Thanks to SARA LUGO for shoutouts and introduction. This mixtape got reviewed by Riddim Magazine Germany.
ACOUSTIC REGGAE MIXTAPE – Acoustic Melody Reloaded vol.II (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
Enjoy the second mixtape out of the “ACOUSTIC MELODY RELOADED” collection – presenting Reggae music in acoustic productions and live versions by Patrice, Gyptian, Tony Rebel, Natural Black, Tarrus Riley, Jahmeil, Romain Virgo, Queen Ifrica and many more. A timeless and emotional composition made with a lot of love – recorded in a cold winter season with a concious mind. This mixtape got reviewed by Riddim Magazine Germany.
REGGAE COVER MIXTAPE – Run for Cover (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
A Lovers Rock selection out of popular songs out of the music history was the idea of “RUN FOR COVER”. Enjoy a beautiful and emotional composition out of Songs from Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Simon and Garfunkel, Prince, John Lennon over to the Carpenters and Robbie Williams in a Reggae interpretation performed by artists like Tarrus Riley, Lloyd Brown, Ghost, Luciano and many more!
This mixtape got reviewed by Riddim Magazine Germany.
REGGAE MIXTAPE – Night Shift (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
A sweet Reggae collaboration with the clothing line REP JA based in Pine Lake, Georgia (USA). Including sweet shout outs by the artist Cornadoor and songs by Chezidek, Busy Signal, Jah Vinchi, Jah9, Gentleman, D Major and many more!
ACOUSTIC REGGAE MIXTAPE – Acoustic Melody Reloaded vol.I (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
Enjoy the first mixtape out of the “ACOUSTIC MELODY RELOADED” collection – presenting Reggae & Soca music in acoustic productions and live versions by Sanchez, Mr Vegas, Ginjah, Etana, Natural Black, Morgan Heritage, Richie Spice, Beres Hammond, Glen Washington, Mad Cobra, TOK, Machel Montano, Vybz Kartel and many more! A timeless and emotional composition made with a lot of love.
This mixtape got reviewed by Riddim Magazine Germany.
REGGAE RELICK MIXTAPE – Back to di Future (mixed by Mika Raguaa)
BACK TO DI FUTURE is playing with the idea of historical reproduction and is jumping from new to older releases back to new ones.
This timeless production was created in the early years, while Mika was known as Sunny Friday Sound. A big shout to DJ Sensay who was those days a part of the team. If you are a REGGAE LOVER – this mix is a must have!
See the diversity of relicks in the Tracklist:
1. Bitty McLean – baby tonight (Those Guys Riddim – 2004)
2. Anthony Q – what a feeling (Those Guys Riddim – 2008)
3. Trevor Ranking & the Jays – queen majesty (1975)
4. Sizzla – just one of those days (Queen Majesty Riddim – 2004)
5. Tenor Saw – road call (Queen Majesty Riddim – 1984)
6. Barrington Levy – prison oval rock (Prison Oval Rock Riddim – 1982
7. Mr. Vegas – Must come a road (Prison Oval Riddim – 2008)
8. Million Stylez – police in helicopter(2008)
9. John Holt – police in helicopter (1981)
10. Dennis Brown – revolution (1988)
11. Barrington Levy – here I come (1985)
12. Ini Kamoze – world a reggae music (World a Music Riddim – 1983)
13. Anthony B – world a reggae music (World Jam Riddim – 2005)
14. Luciano – A no like we no like them (World Jam Riddim – 2005)
15. Damian Marley – Welcome to jamrock (World a Music Riddim – 2004)
16. Bounty Killer – roots, reality and culture (Real Rock Return – 2005)
17. Elephant Man – one chapter a day (Real Rock Return – 2005)
18. Johnny Osbourne – no icecream sound (Real Rock Riddim – 1992)
19. Tenor Saw – ring di alarm (Stalag Riddim – 1985)
20. Sister Nancy – what a bam bam (Stalag Riddim)
21. Toots & The Maytals – what a bam bam (1966)
22. Chaka Demus and Pliers – what a bam bam (Bam Bam Riddim – 1992)
23. Busy Signal – tie & die face (Bam Bam Riddim – 2009)
24. Red Rat – bizzi blazzi (Black Widow Riddim – 1998)
25. I Wayne – warriors (Retro Black Widow Riddim – 2007)
26. Vybz Kartel – ting a ling (School Bell Riddim – 2009)
27. Shabba Ranks – ting a ling (Gi-Gi Riddim – 1992)
28. Vybz Kartel – tight pussy gyal (Bogle Resurrection Riddim – 2005)
29. Mad Cobra – tek him (Cherry Oh Baby Riddim – 1991)
30. Eric Donaldson – what a festival (Cherry Oh Baby Riddim – 1971)
31. Bob Marley & The Wailers – stir it up (1973)
32. Junior Kelly – if Love so nice (Stir it up Riddim – 2000)
33. John Holt – stick by me (1971)
34. Dennis Brown – stick by me (1992)
35. Johnny Osbourne – play play Girl (Feeling Soul Riddim)
36. Buju Banton – love me browning (Feeling Soul Riddim – 1991)
37. Anthony B – calm down di gun (Jah Jah see dem a come Riddim – 2008)
38. Gyptian – see dem a come (Jah Jah see dem a come Riddim – 2008)
39. Culture – see dem a come (1977)
40. Dennis Brown – the drifter (Drifter Riddim – 1979)
41. Nitty Kutchie – the drifter (Drifter Riddim – 2002)
42. Bounty Killer – pretty thief (Drifter Riddim – 2002)
43. Bounty Killer – sleng teng resurrection (remix) (2004)
44. Wayne Smith – under mi sleng teng (1985)
45. Burro Banton – ghetto living (Sleng Teng Refueled Riddim – 2009)
46. Mr. Vegas – lean with it (Darker Shade of Black Riddim – 2007)
47. Sizzla – explain to the almighty (Darker Shade Riddim – 2002)
48. Dennis Brown – hit and run (Pretty Looks Riddim – 1996)
49. Beenie Man – big up and respect (Pretty Looks Riddim – 2009)
50. Cocoa Tea & Cutty Ranks – waiting in vain (Waiting in Vain Riddim) (2008)
51. Bob Marley & The Wailers – waiting in vain (1977)
52. Richie Spice – gideon boots (Johnny too bad Riddim – 2006)
53. Ras Shilo – come down jah jah (Johnny too bad Riddim – 2006)
54. Dennis Brown – johnny too bad (1971)
55. Gregory Isaacs – once ago (1990)
56. Dynamq – once ago (2008)
57. Sean Paul & Sasha – I’m still in love with you (2002)
58. Marcia Aitken – I’m still in love with you (1978)
59. Althea & Donna – uptown top ranking (1978)
60. Beres Hammond – can’t stop a man (1999)
61. Beres Hammond – what one dance can do (2004)
62. Aisha Davis – murder (what one more dance can do riddim – 2008)
63. Shaggy & Rik Rok & Tony Gold – bonifide (Panty Town Riddim – 2007)
64. Turbulence – ethiopia awakes (Shanty Town Riddim – 2003)
65. Desmond Dekker – shanty town (1972)
66. The Specials – a message to you rudy (1967)
67. Mojo Morgan – rude bwoy (Rudie Riddim – 2009)
68. Fayann Lyons – lonely girl (Rudie Riddim – 2009)
69. Beres Hammond – no more (Perfidia Riddim – 2004)
70. Phyllis Dillon – perfidia (1967)
71. Lady Lex – bad boys (Tune in Riddim)
72. Tarrus & Jimmy Riley – pull up selector (Tune in Riddim)
72. Mr. Vegas & Jovi Rockwell – can’t stop (2009)
73. The Techniques – you don’t care
74. Slim Smith & The Uniques – my conversation (1971)
75. Richie Spice – love for a life time (My Conversation Riddim – 2001)
76. Wayne Wade – love you too much (Love Bump Riddim – 1998)
77. Cornadoor – choclate fudge (2009)
DJ MIKA RAGUAASpecialized DJ for Reggae, Dancehall and Soca music. Known for high quality selections including latest remixes, acoustic influences and new developements of caribbean music produced worldwide.