Calypso Rose in France some days ago. PHOTO COURTESY, JEAN MICHEL GIBERT.

FOLLOWING the success of her platinum album Far From Home which thrilled audiences abroad, Calypso Rose is back with a new album titled So Calypso in which the award-winning icon puts her own twist on some timeless classics.

The first single “Calypso Blues” which is dedicated to Nat King Cole has been a hit on Italian radio waves since its release. The second single off the album “Wah Fu Dance” will be making its radio debut in September. 


If yuh like bacchanal and lacouray, yuh will love the Kaiso Showkase calypso tent.

The long-standing Palms Club, San Fernando, tent is dripping with sarcasm and laugh-and-hold-your-belly humour.

Blisters happen from time to time. Whether they form on the hands from hard work; on the feet from shoes; or just going barefoot, they’re an aggravation. Potentially, they are a gateway to more serious conditions, if left untreated. Here’s how foot blisters happen, and can be prevented.

“NOTHING seems to make sense anymore,” David Rudder sings on repeat in “State of the Nation”—his pore-raising commentary about where our society is heading. David Bishop and MX Prime (Edghill Thomas) added their vocals to the track in which Rudder addresses crime and corruption.

Maria Bhola is a brilliant calypsonian whose lyrics are imbued with narratives that tackle social issues and advocate for the downtrodden with equal parts empathy and rage. When she delves into hard issues, she is not willing to simply make noise; in fact, according to Bhola, “When I sing, it must be that I have something to say.”