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Miguel Maestre Launches ‘Fete Ete’ to the Masses

Toronto, Canada – After an action-packed summer season which saw his monster track ‘Carnival I Miss You’ make its way into the psyches of international Carnival enthusiasts, singer, musician & producer Miguel Maestre is back with his latest contribution to the musical mélange of 2021 Soca releases entitled ‘Fete Ete’. 

Miguel looks forward to performing his new track on various local and international stages in the upcoming months.

Caribbean Carnival Spectacle Goes on Without Massive Parade

NEW YORK, New York – The Brooklyn-based West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA), says while the annual West Indian American Day Carnival Parade on Labour Day, September 6, has been postponed until 2022, activities will go ahead even though the main activity is being cancelled for the second consecutive year due to the coronavirus (COVID019) pandemic.

Trinidadian Michelle Gibbs, WIADA chair, addresses press conference (CMC Photo)

Queen Ifrica Release Visuals for Her Nina Simone “Four Women” Tribute Produced by Stephen Marley

New York, NY - With her soulful, reggae cover of Nina Simone’s ‘Four Women’, Queen Ifrica embodies the high priestess through her visuals reminding us of the royal embodiment of black women and the struggle for survival and equality. Produced by Grammy award winning artist and producer Stephen Marley, “Four Women” visuals will warm the hearts of music lovers all over the world.

Photo Credit: Extreme Arts

‘Too Much Massa’ Wins Very First Staging of the FiWi Short Film Competition

The short film “Too Much Massa” produced by Wesley Hylton and Akeem White copped the first place spot in the very first staging of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) FiWi Short Film Competition. The newly minted filmmakers won the title along with a trophy and $150 000 cash at the competition’s awards ceremony at the Louise Bennett Garden Theatre in Kingston on Thursday.

JCDC Director of Corporate Services Miss Elizabeth Smith (center-left) stands with the top three winners of the inaugural staging of the Fi Wi Short Film Competition, during a photo op at the competition’s award ceremony on Thursday. The top three winners are (left to right): Samantha Bent who won third place with her short film “Bad Timing”, Wesley Hylton who won first place with his short film “Too Much Massa”, and Naceve Blackstock who won second place with his short film “Consequence”.
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