BY VALERIE TOTO
Aisha Noel is a singer and songwriter from Trinidad and Tobago. Her genres include pop, soca and fusion.
“I prefer to feel the music and go where it takes me and where I feel most confident “ — Aisha Noel to @theglobaltrotteur
#ONEDANCE is featured on the One Link Riddim produced by Bjorn Graham, known as KVG, and Xplicit Mevon. The riddim is distributed through the Monk Music Group, features songs from Preedy, Grenadian singer Teddy Rhymez and songwriter/singer Mical Teja, Groovy Soca Monarch College Boy Jesse.
When asked about her inspiration for the song, the songstress, who writes her own lyrics, mentioned the beginning of the pandemic as being a nostalgic period for her :
« There was a lot of uncertainty during this time as to whether there would be a very lengthy period of quarantining, how long this would be and how this might affect our social lives ».
Quarantine has definitely put everything on hold but what’s best than music to put people in the mood of fetes, partying and boat rides while stuck at home?
Aisha Noel groove and voice balance the energy out : it is pure sweetness to your ears and rhythm for your hips.
What seems to be the next carnival anthem for the ladies to sing along with, is also a rich avatar of different genres: The influences from pop music and electronic music make it more relatable for the international audiences.
The music is infectious and we LOVE IT!
The « One dance » singer has great ambitions for her art as well as for soca music.
« I also hope for the success of the single and that people will be hooked on the chorus as much as I am because it’s so easy and makes you feel like dancing »
As for Soca music, she truly desires to « push the genre beyond its boundaries. »
Stay tuned for what she has next to come.
Our team wishes a huge success to this rising star.
AISHA NOEL GOES WHERE THE MUSIC TAKES HER was originally published in Artist Reviews & Caribbean Lifestyle on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.