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WHILE everyone is talking about the artistes on the track (Neil “Iwer” George and Kees Dieffenthaller), Newsday chatted with the writer and producers behind the 2020 Power Soca Monarch and Road March-winning tune Stage Gone Bad. It came into existence after a lot of hard work and a comical turn of events. The song was […]

When Lyrikal entertained thousands via his first virtual live concert on Thursday night, he did so with a heavy heart and mind. While he was providing cheer to those of us stuck at home, he couldn’t stop thinking about his friends in New York who contracted the coronavirus, one of them who has been hospitalised. […]

Fashion designers in Trinidad and Tobago have joined the COVID-19 fight, by creating and distributing dozens of face masks to essential workers, friends and family members. Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, such as grocery […]

With heaps of splendor and tradition, Diwali — the Hindu “festival of lights” holiday — will be commemorated by Indo-Caribbean New Yorkers and supporters around the city. The annual Diwali Motorcade and concert will take place Saturday , from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., in Queens — home to a sizable, vibrant Indo-Caribbean community.AdvertisementPlay Video […]

The circus is coming to town for Carnival 2020 with K2K Alliance’s presentation of “The Greatest Show”. The 2019 Band of the Year titleholder launched its collection with a characteristically avant-garde production at the Queen’s Hall on Friday, August 30, 2019. Amidst all the pomp and circumstance befitting a haute couture fashion show, K2K revealed […]

Mmoboro (Hornet) designed by JP Richardson for The Lost TribeShare to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to More744 2019 was a monster year for The Lost Tribe, which won the National Carnival Commission’s Large Band of the Year title as well as the Downtown Carnival and Uptown Carnival […]

In the months since Carnival 2019, Dil-E-Nadan has not slowed down after the hectic season they had. Dil-E-Nadan has been touring the US, Europe, Guyana, Suriname and when at home, they’ve performed at several events including lead vocalist, Raymond Ramnarine’s own annual major production, “Everyboday Loves Raymond,” which saw its final run this year to a […]

Nineteen year old Mikayla Simpson is on a path of positivity. Koffee, her stage sobriquet, acquired and maintained since her High School days- the young, legend in the making who has reggae music’s Protoje and Chronixx as mentors, is bent on making a difference, with her God given talent. Like her predecessor, Bob Marley, the […]

The ill-fated Fyre Festival, promoted as a luxury music event in the Bahamas, became a major news story in 2017 for its astounding lack of planning and deceptive advertisements. The Fyre was reignited in October 2018 when festival founder Billy McFarland was sentenced to six years for fraud, and again in Jan. 2019 via the release […]

Joel Hitchcock founded the NOLA Caribbean Festival with a purpose: to remind New Orleans of its position as the northernmost city in the Caribbean. In fact, Hitchcock believes New Orleans culture and Caribbean to be intertwined, so the festival’s eventual creation was a no-brainer. Hitchcock doesn’t quite believe he’s bringing the Caribbean to New Orleans; rather, he […]


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