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UKSM Q&A Segment - Noughty
By Soca News
United Kingdom
Tuesday 16 August 2011 : 6:00 GMT

Songwriter, artist, producer and sound engineer, Noughty, real name Anton Bernard Jacob, created his song from beginning to end. He hails from Trinidad and Tobago, the land of soca, and that is the music he grew up enjoying. He also experiments with other genres to show the versatility of his productions.

As well as creating his own music, he does some mixing and mastering for some of the up and coming artists in his local area, recordings at his home studio.

What made you want to enter UKSM?
I entered the UKSM because it is a very good opportunity for me to showcase my talent on a competition of this magnitude.

How do you feel about the current state of soca in the UK/EU?
It needs some more promotion and marketing to compete with the other genres out there.

What do you think can be done to change the current state of soca in the UK/EU?
Involve the soca artists in more shows to help get soca to that next level, so it can become established.

What can supporters and patrons expect from you on the night of the finals?
Supporters and patrons can expect a very highly sensitive and mind blowing performance.

Who do you think is your biggest rival will be on the night of the finals?
It has to be Soca Johnny.

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