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'God Loves The Fighter' releases Soundtrack

Last updated Tuesday, November 19, 2013 14:57 ET

Award-Winning Trinidadian Film, 'God Loves The Fighter'; a gritty film about the Murder Capital of Caribbean, is releasing its soundtrack titled 'Laventille'.

11/19/2013 / SubmitMyPR /

Award-Winning Trinidadian Film, 'God Loves The Fighter', is preparing to release its soundtrack.

The first soundtrack release from the award-winning film “GOD LOVES THE FIGHTER” is here. Q-Major and FREETOWN release “Good Swimma”. It is the first released track from the 10 song soundtrack titled “LAVENTILLE”. The full album will be available on Nov 27th worldwide in all stores. Q-Major has produced a new and exciting sound for the soundtrack, combining some local vocals with international production. The album is compiled of Freetown, Beebo, Redman, and the NW Laventille Community Group. The album is executive produced by Alexa Bailey and arranged by Damian Marcano. The visual for Good Swimma, directed by Damian Marcano, is shot on the north coast of Trinidad in the Maracas fishing village. The clip features two local boys by the name of Cleveland and Kervin. After selling out all screenings at this years Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival; The film prepares for it's International release after Carnival in March of 2014.

More about "God LovesThe Fighter" here : Award-Winning Trinidadian feature length film

Set and filmed in Trinidad, W.I. - King Curtis, a vagrant on the streets of Port of Spain, is constantly ignored by passersby. He speaks and if he has to - sometimes shouts the truth about the stories behind the newspaper headlines. As the conductor of our story, King Curtis introduces us to a young man named Charlie... Charlie, a resident east of the lighthouse, is trying his best to stay on the right path. However, with no job in sight, he is finding it hard to say no to other "opportunities". A chance of redemption presents itself when Dinah, a professional streetwalker, crosses his path in need of help. As the story unfolds, King Curtis reveals the ripple effect created by a person's decision making; leading to moments of triumph and moments of tragedy.

For more information on 'God Loves The Fighter' or the soundtrack 'Laventille', contact [email protected] or visit facebook.com/godlovesthefighter