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Why does Curacao Carnival Burn down Momo and all Reminders of the Festival?

The history of carnival in Curacao dates back to the nineteenth century. The festival is generally attributed to the Christian practice of ‘Carne Levale’ which relates to the practice of…

 
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DJ Jel and 2Bkaribbean

52 tracks you need to know before Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago 2017

Written by DJ JEL & NYC Soca Junkie It has definitely been a long season with lots of quality and premium soca. With over 700+ songs released, sometimes it’s hard to find the…

 
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How did Steelpan Music Surpass All Others to Claim this Prize of the 20th century?

The steelpan was invented in Trinidad and Tobago and is widely regarded as the only major musical instrument to be invented in the 20th century. WHAT IS THE STEELPAN? The…

 
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Rub A Dub Style Brings Authentic Caribbean Flavour to the Atlanta Reggae Scene

Every second Sunday of the month, reggae enthusiasts  can look forward to the Rub-A-Dub authentic reggae party promoted by  Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound and The Honorary Citizen. The event held at…

 
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Ziggy Marley wins the 2017 Grammy for Best Reggae Album

Ziggy Marley won his 7th Grammy in 2017 for Best Reggae Album. This win at the 59th Awards Ceremony makes him the reggae artiste with the most Grammy’s in history….

 
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Trinbagonian and Bajan personalities also make their voices heard

Caribbean Women Raise the Ante at the Great Women’s March

On January 20th, the 45th President of the United States was sworn in. This was followed swiftly by one of the largest protests, if not the largest, in history when…

 
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