IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What city and state are you from?
REGULAZ: Paradise Heights, Movrant, Trinidad, and we are performing over in the United States
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your music background?
Nessy: My mum does poems, my uncle played pan and my dad always had me listening to Jazz music every Sunday morning while we cleaned house. So that’s shows where the passion of music comes from.
Duc J: Our mother was into singing. She taught us to enjoy music, but it was our music teacher who showed us how to make music. From there on, we were both hooked.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your songs about?
REGULAZ: Our songs vary. Our music is more happy and uplifting, but we have some club vibes in there also.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your favorite song to perform and why?
REGULAZ: Being a group of three it may not be one song as our favorite, but we have our individual favorites.
Nessy: My favorite to perform is “O.T.L.” because the way it makes me feel on the inside. The instruments, the hype and the concept of the song make me more confident to get on stage.
Duc J: “Set Your Mind Free” is my favorite because I feel like I’m getting my message across white performing.
Sween: I love performing “Diamond Breed” because of the high pumping energy, and the vibes the songs gives off.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What has surprised you the most in the pursuit of a career in
REGULAZ: This surprised all of us, the first time performing our first single “Mary Jane” on stage at Great Fete 2013 Tobago. The love the crowd gave us that night, and the song was just released a month ago.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Who are your musical influences?
Nessy: Machel Montano and Bunji Garlin because of the consistency that they keep throughout their career of Soca Music in Trinidad. It shows me to never stop pursuing music. Also, Jimmy Cliff for showing me it’s going to be a bright day when you are down and out.
Duc J: Lauren Hill because of how she put messages in her songs and makes you feel her emotions.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How would you describe your music to people?
REGULAZ: We call it Island Pop. Pop mix with EDM with a Caribbean vibe.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What makes you stand out from other artists?
REGULAZ: Being from the Caribbean is always drawing the mark of standing out. Besides that, the blend of the trio creating a new sound and wave today.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What would you like to see changed in today’s music industry?
REGULAZ: We would like to see more love towards each other and support instead of fighting each other for the top. If we all work together and support each other to the top, we will all eventually reach the top.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are some upcoming projects that you are currently working on?
REGULAZ: We are currently promoting our summer single “O.T.L.” (On The Low) getting radio play on stations throughout the United States and Trinidad. Also we are working on our second album and just finished our first song and video “Mr. Microphone”. You can still get our first album Paradise Heights available on iTunes.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
REGULAZ: After winning a Grammy, we want to tour the world spreading our message through our music. We are going to open a music school to teach the kids what we have learned. Also we want to have our own studio.
IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How can your fans access your music and contact you?
REGULAZ: Our fans can reach us at
For bookings our management can be reached at