Radial Is the Streaming Service That’s Going to Take Soca Worldwide

Framing your new tech company as the “Spotify of the Caribbean” is certainly one way to pique the curiosity of skeptics.

But if the current interest from listeners and industry peers is anything to go by, the soca music streaming app Radial—created by developers Abay Israel and Andre Thomas—might be onto something.

Radial (available for download on iTunes) allows you to “experience soca music for yourself,” creating a space for new listeners or seasoned soca heads to find the music they’re looking for. Aimed at servicing diasporic audiences who don’t have the same proximity to soca music as listeners in the islands, Radial gives users an ever-increasing music library so they can also create personalized playlists or listen to curated ones.

Since you can’t spell ‘social’ without s-o-c-a, a unique social aspect continues to be developed to allow users to comment, share, and find new music through the people they follow.

Source: NOISEY

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