Youthful bandleader Kevin Small of Fifth Element capped his Crop-Over festival by winning the prestigious Robert Weekes Festival Designer of the Year award at the conclusion of the...
Economy could fall down
We jamming still! We jamming still!
Full Extreme, Ultimate Reject ft MX Prime
Between the Yello Phenomenal Friday and the hugely popular Puff of Colour fete, tens of thousands of people partied this weekend, causing social media chatter about whether Barbadians...
BASED ON THE OFFERINGS Saturday night, First Citizens Digicel De Big Show should factor heavily when the Pic-O-De-Crop semi-finalists are named.
THERE WILL BE NO RESERVE in the Party Monarch semi-finals as Leadpipe and Saddis have told the National Cultural Foundation (NCF) to count them out.
Sights and scenes from the calypso tents.
Late Barbadian musician Adrian "Boo" Husbands will be remembered at this year's First Citizens Pan Fusion at Ilaro Court.
OVER 120 SWEET SOCA SONGS were judged, but only half of that number for Party Monarch, a trend that continues to be a worry for the National Cultural Foundation (NCF).
THE WINNER-TAKES-ALL model stays.
So said Yello Media Group chief executive officer (CEO) Collin Francis as he responded to a question about the current prize model of the Bashment...
The Stray Cats Calypso tent HAS promised to shun its “underdog” label and be a strong force this year.
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Major changes are coming to this year’s Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch...
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