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  • Miss Barbados UK 2017 is Crowned

    The third annual Miss Barbados UK competition took place on Saturday 6 May, and saw the crowning of a new queen. Milan Carrington-Gomes beat five other contestants to be crowned Miss Barbados UK 2017. She will reign for a year, taking over from last year’s winner, Sheree Miller. Carrington-Gomes not

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  • Soca, Rum and some Bajan sun comes to South Molton Street

    South Molton Street, near classy Bond Street in W1, will come alive this weekend with a Taste Of Barbados. This three-day extravaganza runs from today, Friday 5 May, until Sunday 7 May. It’s a true celebration of Barbadian culture, cuisine, music, art and of course rum. The aim is to

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  • Calypso Rose, Calypso Queen of the world

    Some of us know Calypso Rose because we are of that age and grew up with her music. Others, though, may not have a clue about this Tobago girl. However, over the past few months Rose has catapulted herself firmly back in to our ears with her contagious and catchy

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  • Vikings Heat Turnt All The Way Up

    On the heels of Ground Empire bosses- Trinidad & Tobago’s Vikings, Fay- Ann Lyons and Bunji Garlin’s starring roles in the Romany Malco produced, Los Angeles based movie Prison Logic, comes news that Garlin’s 2014 soca hit, ‘Truck on D Road’, has been featured on the trailer of the recently

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  • Flipo says call him Azaryah

    He first came to our attention with his mega hit Doh Tell Meh Dat in 2014 and Flipo (Seumas Callender) has been consistent since that time with tracks such as Far Away and Oh Gosh on the Loud Riddim. But for 2017 the artiste formerly known as Flipo has rebranded

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  • New Music Video: Incredible – Kes The Band (Soca 2017)

    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 report.

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