Soca Radio Stations

We have 23 radio stations playing Soca.

FM JAMAICA RADIO: The Official Reggae Radio

Genres: reggae dancehall soca rnb

Rhythm City FM

Gregory Isaacs - Objection Overruled
Genres: reggae soca

Vybez Station
Genres: bollywood reggae soca dancehall hip hop

The Black and White Radio Show

Pinchers - Agony
Genres: reggae dancehall soca rootsreggae dub


DjFranz - 90s REGGAE ROCK
Genres: soca

eNFX Radio Trinidad - Radio Beyond Good

Love & Roots - Live - DJ Ramesh (Trini)
Genres: chutney soca

Soca Addicts Radio

Mical Teja - Sweet
Genres: soca international reggae

Soca Switch Radio

Abdiel - Show Me
Genres: soca

Fire Online Radio

Ricky T - Freaky Girls Remix
Genres: soca caribbean zouk

Reggae King Radio

Eek-A-Mouse - Dancehall: The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture - Wa-Do-Dem
Genres: soca

#1 in Dancehall and Reggae Music

Champion Girl-Phee Phee Star-Reggae-2019-Verbal Music Inc Phee Phee
Genres: reggae dancehall soca gospel


Patrice Roberts - Money Done (Fete Out Money)

Genres: soca reggae dancehall zouk afrobeats

Island Beat Radio Stream

Genres: soca


Owen Gray - Save Your Tears For Later Years
Genres: soca reggae oldies

LARGERADIO.COM for Mobile Phones (128 Kbps)
Genres: soca calypso zouk dancehall reggae

Ramjam Radio

Denzil Dennis - Have Mercy (We Pray Oh God) - (Ramjam Radio.Com 24Hr Radio Broadcasting Since 2002)
Genres: reggae rnb soca hip hop

The Aaron Broadcasting System (TABS)

Morgan Heritage - The Girl Is Mine
Genres: soca reggae r b pop soft


Dennis Brown - Promised Land
Genres: soca

DHype Station

DHypeStation - Mashramani Soca Recap COTC Mix

Genres: soca

Yummy Yam Danci Radio (YYDR Radio)

The Grace Thrillers - Crown Him - Heavy Reggae Carib - The Grace Thrillers
Genres: gospel reggae soca

About Soca Music

Soca (or soul calypso) is a form of caribbean dance music that originated in trinidad and tobago. Soca developed from calypso music and incorporated influences from cadence-lypso, soul and funk. Soca is characterised by combining the melodic and uplifting sound of calypso with repetitive percussion provided by indian musics instrumentation which came as result of there being a large indian population in trinidad (known locally in trinidad as chutney music). Soca now often incorporates electronic instrumentation instead.

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