The Soca genre received another boost today with the placement of a popular Vincentian-produced soca song in new Spike Lee produced Netflix film, “See You Yesterday.”

The film follows C.J. & Sebastian, two New York City high school science prodigies who invent time machines but soon after their successful invention, C.J.’s brother is shot and killed by a police officer. C.J. and Sebastian then traveled back in time in an attempt to prevent his death.

The Black Lives Matter, “Back to the Future” type film features an outdoor picnic scene where Olatunji’s 2016 soca/afrobeat hit song “Oh Yay” is heard blasting from speakers, as the scene is set for the epic turning point – C.J.’s brother’s death.

Check the scene out below:

“Oh Yay” was the collaborative effort of two Vincentian production houses – Wetty Beatz Production and Stadic Music, both of whom have shared their excitement on Instagram.

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Another one❗️ May 17 #netflix OH YAY 💃🕺🏾#soca #movieplacement #Rp @rhonafox : Since the birth of my son, I’ve taken a step back from public life. Being a mom is my favorite role. ❤️ And I’ve also found a way to work in both film and music through Music Publishing & Licensing at the company I founded, @FOXFUSE. A lot has already been under the radar but here’s one, which can be seen now at #TribecaFilmFestival (which I’ve been attending for yrs) and on #Netflix on May 17. Even more crazy, this film is produced by Spike Lee, the first director who gave me a word on film (a commercial). Anyway, check out #SeeYouYesterday and listen for our #Soca song #OhYay by @olatunjimusic and produced by @wetty_beatz and @stadicmusic – ALL @foxfuse clients! #film #music #foxfuse #foxfusedistribution #foxfusepublishing

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