Grenada Soca 2009 – Lavaman – More Horn

My favourite tune so far for Grenada Carnival Spicemas 2009, August 10 – 11th. Lavaman singing “More Horn“. Click to listen.

Lavaman in Woburn Dimache Gras night 2007 from my personal photo collection

Lavaman in Woburn Dimache Gras night 2007

This year is seems that a lot of artistes singing about horning – like something going around! 😀

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7 comments on “Grenada Soca 2009 – Lavaman – More Horn
  1. Stunner says:

    Will you be jumping in the mas or horning?

  2. Will says:

    re: stunner’s question – possibly both?

  3. YingYang says:

    I shall NOT be jumping in any mas, horny or not! I prefer the less crowded side-fetes. On Dimanche Gras night I will probably be in Woburn, a smaller village-jam that is out of the major melee. Lavaman always ends up in Woburn for impromptu concerts on the Sunday nite, so should be fun.

    As for the horning aspect… *cough*

  4. gspothome says:

    lavaman maddest artist out ah greenz st8

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