I Forget is a song meant to challenge the taboo of love across races, classes and cultures, which is an issue not only in Trinidad & Tobago, but across the globe.

Trinidad & Tobago is a mix of so many different cultures, Africans, Indians, Asians, Caucasians, and also the indigenous people here, like Caribs and Arawaks.

The fact that all of these diverse cultures have coexisted in harmony has always been our triumph over time. The amazingly unique way that we have learned to live side by side and embrace each other and our different traditions.

Soca music is the soundtrack of our biggest festival, Carnival, which is celebrated across the world, and is about people being free together. Soca music represents, ultimately, that unity, the joy of freedom and expression through music & dance.

When all of these cultures and classes come together, I joyfully sing, “I FORGET, different races when I see your face is, love and happiness and everything I’ll ever need!”