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BRAZIL - El Salvador De Bahia CARNIVAL Guide {VIDEO}

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Mexico + Cozumel + Carnaval

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BARBADOS CROPOVER [CARNIVAL]

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Cape Coon Carnival, Cape Town South Africa 

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Toronto Caribana Carnival

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THE CARIBBEAN'S MOST ORIGINAL CARNIVAL {VIDEO}

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BRAZIL CARNIVAL

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Venice Carnival Itally

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TRINIDAD CARNIVAL

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Lagos NIGERIA Carnival 

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BAHAMAS JUNKANOO CARNIVAL 

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San Francisco Carnaval 

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Guyana Mashramani - Carnival {VIDEO+PICS}

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Grenada's Jab Jab carnival: The True Essence {VIDEO+PICS}

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Review: “Charlie’s Records” is the ethos of New York Liberty Star Tina Charles

In her first feature film, Tina Charles allows viewers to learn what makes her tick off the court.

In 1883 Emma Lazarus defined what it meant to exist in the United States. With her sonnet “New Colossus,” she gave America an identity and a responsibility to freedom and liberty.

This past August, Ken Cuccinelli, the acting head of Citizenship and Immigration…

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Posted by Icom on November 20, 2019 at 12:49pm

Repositioning STB at 60

In 1991 when VP Records launched its Strictly The Best (STB) compilation album, dancehall music was primed for take off on American pop radio and in hip hop clubs. The series is still popular but as the company prepares to launch its 60th instalment on Friday, their marketing has moved with the times.

Like its initial release 28 years ago, Strictly The Best 60 will be released on…

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Posted by Icom on November 19, 2019 at 3:19pm

Females for Best of the Best

It's all about the female artistes for the 220 staging of Best of the Best.

The popular stage show, held in Miami, Florida, is set for May 24 at Bicentennial Park in downtown Miami, and the first round of announcements regarding the line-up for the event sees a star-studded listing of female acts spanning the reggae, dancehall and soca genres of Caribbean music.…

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Posted by Icom on November 19, 2019 at 3:17pm

Coquito Caribbean Christmas Show

Don’t Pass the Peppa Sauce will host a “Coquito Caribbean Christmas Show” at The Tank Theatre on Nov. 16, 2019, at 10 pm.

This is the third show Don’t Pass the Peppa Sauce has curated since the company’s inception in 2019.

“Don’t Pass The Peppa Sauce” is a Caribbean sketch comedy team dedicated to creating an environment of inclusion and opportunity for Caribbean…

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Posted by Icom on November 18, 2019 at 8:59pm

Parang, Parang!

The National Parang Association of TT (NPATT) is ready to set the trends for parang, steering its evolution while preserving and promoting the artform.

Alicia Jagassar, president of the association, said, “We have come to the realisation that we can’t say we just want it to remain like in the days of Papa Goon and Daisy Voisin. What we want to do is preserve it while allowing for it to…

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Posted by Icom on November 18, 2019 at 8:57pm

Lil Rick returns to NYC for FIRST time in 10 YEARS with a Barbados Independence PERFORMANCE, SAT NOVEMBER 30th - CLICK ON FLYER TO GET YOUR TICKETS

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Posted by omar on November 8, 2019 at 9:30am

Fete wildness: Culture or irresponsible behaviour?

 “We go mash-up and buy it back, tear it down and build it back,” he sings in the chorus.

The actions of patrons at fetes have one DJ expressing concern for the ramifications on the future of Carnival events, not just in the Caribbean but in foreign countries where the culture is not mainstream.

Private Ryan’s concern was registered after the release of a video in which a young woman clad in a bikini…

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Posted by Icom on November 11, 2019 at 7:30pm

Ms Desire

After a three year break, Barbadian soca artist Ms Desire returned to the Groovy Soca Monarch competition stage at The London Calypso Tent, rocking the audience with her new song Soca Raised Me. The song cleverly interweaves past hits and reminded soca fans of some of their favourites.

In an interview after one of the earlier nights of the tent she shared her musical background, history and future…

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Posted by Icom on November 11, 2019 at 7:40pm

‘Famalay’ frenzy

The three regional powerhouses, Skinny Fabulous, Bunji Garlin and Machel Montano, took the party fever pitch high as they exploded onto the stage at Bushy Park, St Philip in the latest installment of Bim Tipsy last Saturday night. This would have been the first time that the dynamic trio performed the massive collaborative hit Famalay in Barbados which has claimed road march titles, both regionally and internationally.…

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Posted by Icom on November 15, 2019 at 4:34pm

Nicole Dookie takes chutney soca news to the world

It’s in her blood. Journalism that is. Or so it seems to Nicole Dookie.

She thought she could put it on hold because as the mother of two children, her family needed her. But she felt adrift; she needed to create. Tearing herself away from the media permanently was simply not an option.

Dookie, 32, has been a media practitioner for more than 13 years. She has…

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Posted by Icom on November 14, 2019 at 11:21am

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