He has one of the most popular songs for 2018, Do It For Daddy and Bashment Soca artiste Mole said he is humbled by the overwhelming response that he has received from Barbadians.
Speaking to the media on the sidelines of Zulu International’s inaugural cruise dubbed Apollo 13, Mole said that it is a good feeling to know that people are listening to and appreciating his music.
“It is great that people actually like my material and when I come out to perform, they actually want to hear it. It makes me feel really good,” he said.
With Crop Over 2018 fast approaching, Mole said he will soon be releasing new material.
“Crop Over is we thing. I love it, it does be nuff fun. I like a lot of wukking up . . . but I have a lot of material coming out for Crop Over, some sweet, some Bashment and some groovy,” he said.
When asked about the new rules to the Bashment Soca competition, Mole said he agreed with everything, despite the winner taking all the winnings.
Public Relations Officer for Zulu International Andre Wharton said the inaugural cruise will be bigger and better next year. He also thanked Barbadians for continuing to support Zulu International’s events.
“It has been a fantastic night thus far. This is our first official cruise and the response has been overwhelming. We could not have asked for a better turn out from Barbados. We are happy for your support and we want everyone to continue to believe in the brand Zulu International and grow with us, because next year it is going to be bigger and even better,” Wharton said while adding that the Crop Over band has sights on the regional and international markets.
“We have plans to go into the Caribbean and to take it a little further as we have partners in the UK and Guyana and we’re just about ready to speak with some partners in Trinidad as well. So we want to take the brand further but we are also cognizant of what needs to happen in Barbados as well. Home drums beat first for Zulu International,” he said. (LG)