Do you know the fact that maths and music are intertwined with each other? If no, then this is true. By having the in-depth understating of rhythm, beat, scales, children learn how to divide, make fractions and recognise patterns. Any event without music can be quite boring. If you want to listen to some good Caribbean dance music, you can depend on Mistah Dale. He has been aptly described as your favourite Soca artist’s favourite Soca artist. As an influential Icon within the Soca genre, he has been able to stay on the cutting edge of relevance and has managed to secure victories, prominent placements, numerous awards and accolades in Barbados and indeed the Caribbean music landscape, ranking him among the most prosperous of this century.Get the Best of Bajan Soca Star Mistah Dale in this glowing compilation. Including all your favourite hits throughout the years.
His victories include winning the coveted People’s Monarch title on multiple occasions (2007- Soca Junkie, and 2010- Drop it), making him one of the few artists to accomplish this feat. He is also a former Road March winner with the Globally Iconic Soca anthem Soca Junkie. One of the highlights of his career to this date has been his selection as one of only 6 from some 300 artists to represent The Caribbean as a musical Ambassador and perform at the 2012 London Olympics Diaspora Showcase and it does not terminate there. Mistah Dale is a six- time Barbados Music Award winner and has also won a prestigious International Soca Music Award. His videos on YouTube have acquired millions of views, and he has also welcomed the Dame Elsie Payne Award of Excellence, one of the island’s most prestigious honours. When it comes to the best Barbados dance music, it is impossible to overlook him.
He is one of Barbados’ and the Caribbean’s most in-demand and consistently successful songwriters, he has penned bona-fide hits not only for himself but also for the likes of Trinidad’s soca diva Destra Garcia, Barbados’ Global soca Queen Alison Hinds, T.C, Natahlee, Mikey, St. Maarten’s Rolling Tones, St. Lucia’s Nicole David, and Grenada’s Luni Spark and Electrify to name a few. Corporate clients also include UN Women and The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA). His latest song for IICA, the amazing “Farmer’s Anthem” recently saw him being bestowed with the honor of “ Fellow of the Americas”. His Caribbean music will surely make you groove and move. You can also shop for his amazing merchandise with just a click. If you want him to perform at your event, feel free to share your requirements.