Bahamian Soca/Carnival Season (Destruction Of A Guard) | 10th Year Seniors
By Drew Little known fact about me: I play chess fairly well. My cousins Dion and Teran are legit St. Annes chess champions. You know St. Annes…..the school they put between Fox Hill and a goddamn cemetery and then wonder why their kids come out awkward and angry. I don't hit women but I fought a StAnnes chick once. But a gentleman doesn't kick ass and tell... The destruction of a guard is a chess move that is very difficult to pull off because it requires a lot of patience, nuance and risk. Like the risk I'm about to take by making yet another admission: I really REALLY hate soca. Like….I don't get it. What is the point of this is all I REALLY wanna know. But, I would be remiss if I didn't do my due diligence and unpack Bahamian Soca/Carnival season. Dakarai sent me a note last week. He said "stop putting Bahamian in the articles. Make it more inclusive and put Caribbean". First of all, Dakarai isn't the boss of 10yrSeniors. Everyone knows that Kaizen more or less makes