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New Music Video: Incredible – Kes The Band (Soca 2017)
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Trinis Are The Happiest Islanders In The Caribbean
NEW YORK, USA, Wednesday March 22, 2017 – The United Nations annual World Happiness Report was published on Monday (World Happiness Day), but Caribbean people interested in how their country fared were mostly disappointed, with much of the region apparently escaping the attention of the experts who compiled the... Read more
Saint Lucian Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott has died
Poet and playwright, Sir Derek Alton Walcott passed away at his home at Cap Estate this morning. Walcott, who was born on the 23 January 1930 won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1992 for his epic poem, Omeros. In 2011 he was awarded the TS Eliot Prize and... Read more
Fay-Ann Lyons – “Break The World” Album
Fay-Ann Lyons is the daughter of Soca musicians Superblue and Lady Gypsy. From a young age Fay-Ann has participated and won Road March competitions at the Trinidad Carnival. Fay-Ann Lyons is the only female artist to have won Carnival Road March three times, and only the second to attain... Read more
The Undisputed Queen of Bacchanal
When you hear Destra talk about her music for 2017, you can simply hear the excitement and exuberance in her voice. The new year brings a brand new, redefined and improved version of Destra Garcia, who continues to make her mark in the soca world. The self-professed bacchanal queen... Read more
Voice Repeats As ISM Soca Monarch 2017
The results are in and we have a repeat Monarch! Aaron “Voice” St. Louis retained his title as International Soca Monarch for Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2017. Voice had to overcome some technical difficulties at the National Stadium to defeat a determined slate of contestants singing to win the... Read more
Shal Marshall is Famous
Shal Marshall’s Famous, on the Vicey Riddim, is one of the biggest hits of the 2017 soca season. Crowds are absolutely loving the song’s vibe and lyrics. Over the years, fans have seen Shal Marshall transform before our very eyes. It’s been a decade since we were first introduced... Read more
When handshakes go wrong, and the world is watching
(CNN)What’s in a handshake? Sometimes a great deal, as leaders around the world have proved time and again. Usually, it’s the history-making ones that the world remembers — think Nixon and Castro, Kennedy and Khrushchev, Churchill and… anyone, really. You can find all of those here. However, today’s leaders... Read more
Mayor should help ‘struggling’ Notting Hill Carnival organisers
A report focusing on public safety at Notting Hill Carnival has recommended that organiser London Notting Hill Carnival Enterprises Trust (LNHCET) be put on a “more formal and sustainable footing”. The report, Notting Hill Carnival: safer and better, by the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee (PCC), also identified... Read more
Sparrow come back home in ceramics
A new exhibition, which runs in London from 6 December until 5 February, showcases representations of Sparrow’s records alongside an archive of printed material relating to his music. The show is entitled ‘Sparrow Come Back Home’, and has been put together by artists Carmel Buckley and Mark Harris. Sparrow... Read more