Saturday 17 November, 2018

Finalists set for 2018 Junior Calypso Monarch

2017 Junior Calypso Monarch winners: Sparkle T was crowned queen in the 13-18 category (second from left), Mhizz Kibabba was the winner in the 7-12 category (third from left) and then Minister of Youth and Culture, Stephen Lashley (right). (PHOTO: Alimayu Young-Codrington, File Photo)

2017 Junior Calypso Monarch winners: Sparkle T was crowned queen in the 13-18 category (second from left), Mhizz Kibabba was the winner in the 7-12 category (third from left) and then Minister of Youth and Culture, Stephen Lashley (right). (PHOTO: Alimayu Young-Codrington, File Photo)

The finalists have been announced for the 2018 Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch.

 

Those going forward in the 7-12 category are:

Casey Jemmott-Boyce - KCB,    Save This Country

Emari Browne - Browne Star,      Peace

Joshua Blackman - Joshua B,       Magic Man

Kari-Anne Holford-Sam - Just Kari,  Where All The Good Girls Gone

Keimani Deane - Master Kei,      Homeless Not Hopeless

Kenaz Walker - Mighty Bit Bit,  Please Give Bit Bit De Crown

Kiara King - Star Diamond,   Bim Tomorrow

Sakarah Thomas – Sakarah,    Colour My Barbados

 Reserve                              

Kelicia Grimes - Dazzle, Violence in Barbados

Xavier Mascoll   - Xavi,    No Idea

 

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Those selected for the 13-18 are:

Asher Murrell - Dynamo, Tales From De Crypt

Deqoun Alleyne – Quon,  Why I Sing

Faith Murrell – Miracle,   Education

Kymorhi Trotman - De Overcomer,   Bon Appétit

Princess Thomas - Princess Make'da,  Tell Me Why

Raanan Hacket – Raanan,  Kneel & Pray

Symar Doyle – Symar,     Beauty

 

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