Nadia Batson

Nadia Batson is a Trinidadian singer, songwriter, producer[1] and model. She was a runner-up in the Power Category at the 2007 International Soca Monarch with her song "My Land" with Kees Dieffenthaller.[2] Raised in Barataria, Trinidad, she spent years behind the scenes as a songwriter, producer and a background vocalist, before becoming a notable songstress. She also assists other artistes behind the scenes, having written and co-produced the popular single "Go Ahead And Do Dat" for Soca diva Michelle Sylvester.

1st Klase

Klase Gonzales, professionally known as 1st Klase (also known as 1st Klase Ravers and Trapikal Gawd), is a platinum-selling, Billboard charting producer and the CEO of 1st Klase Records, based in Trinidad and Tobago.

Precision Productions

Precision Productions, is a young in age but old in knowledge music production team based in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, which has collectively amassed just about 20 years in studio time and work experience. The company’s resume reads as a who’s who in the local, regional, and international musical arenas. From Grammy award winner, Chaka Khan, celebrated regional artists Machel Montano and Tessanne Chin, to R&B superstars Carl Thomas and Toni Braxton, the Precision team has garnered work experience in Trinidad, Jamaica, New York, and Los Angeles. In addition, their productions have won them multiple prestigious International Carnival awards and at times a top three sweep in competitions in Trinidad, Grenada, St. Lucia, Antigua, and St. Kitts/Nevis. For the young entrepreneurs, 2012 undeniably stood out as a benchmark year, as their music practically swept the International Soca Awards with 11 nominations, and 6 outright wins. This was along with their music productions…

Jason Shaft Bishop

Jason 'Shaft' Bishop is a soca behemoth, having written and produced some of the biggest soca hits to date. Shaft is the man behind 2017 bangers like Patrice Roberts' Big Girl Now, Ricardo Drue's Iron, Jaiga's Living For Today, Farmer Nappy's Abundance, as well as hits from yesteryear including Peter Ram's All Ah We (which won Barbados Road March in 2016), Destra Garcia's Lucy, Nikki Crosby's Go Granny, Lyrikal's Loner and Dip and Roll, and Farmer Nappy's My House.

LL Cool Blaze

CoolBlaze is a Jamaican-American DJ, Record Producer, and Songwriter based in Miami, Florida. Known for his blend of Soca, Dancehall and Afrobeat with EDM (Electronic Dance Music) a genre known as CDM (Caribbean Dance Music). CoolBlaze also co-founded Island360 a Caribbean based Lifestyle brand geared toward spreading Caribbean culture worldwide.