New York Carnival: the Caribbeans will set fire!

Lovers of Caribbean carnival will meet on Monday, September 4 – Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday in September – for the big parade through the streets of Brooklyn, New York, starting at 11:00 am. Before that, on Saturday, September 2, there will be the Kiddie Carnival, on Sunday, September 3 will be Dimanche Gras (Fat Day), and on Monday, September 4, the party will start at around 3:00 a.m. with the J’Ouvert.

As every years, thousands of revelers in shimmering color costumes will parade to the sounds of hot Caribbean rhythms such as soca, calypso, reggae, dancehall, zouk and more. Flags from all the Caribbean islands will be floating in the parade, but also on the sidewalks and squares to identify the different communities. Traditional Caribbean dishes and drinks will be tasted throughout the event.

For the occasion, VP Records has prepared a selection of soca, dancehall and reggae tracks from artists such as Shaggy, Kes, Bunji Garlin, Alborosie, Tristan Palmer, Jahvillani, Pablo YG and many more…

Kingdom Rise Kindom Fall, Wailing Souls

Ghetto Rock, Reggae Regular

Let Go This One, Anthony Johnson

Can’t Pop No Style, Hugh Mundell

One More Chance, Linval Thompson