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Archived: Arturo Tappin Wows Tobago Jazz Experience

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By the end of what was possibly an hour long performance by acclaimed Barbados born saxophonist, Arturo Tappin, there was no question that Tobago had made the best possible choice for what was the first event on the 2013 Tobago Jazz Experience calendar.

Arturo Tapin stands atop a chair in the crowd with his Saxophone.

Arturo Tappin stands atop a chair in the crowd with his Saxophone.

Tappin, a world renowned musician, brought a savvy sense of musical style and flair to Speyside- something that was welcomed by every patron no doubt. Stylishly dressed in a pink shirt and white trousers with his long Caribbean dreadlocks almost to the ground, Tappin stood like a tower of musical bliss atop the stage at the Speyside Recreation Grounds, belting out notes from his saxophone which lingered in the air and filled the field with a sense of calm that was savored from start to finish. He performed a number of musical selections, among them Bunji Garlin’s Differentology, Mr. Vegas’ Bruk It Out, Psy’s Gangam Style and certainly other traditional songs that were truly enjoyed by the crowd. He was even moved to step off the stage for a bit and climbing atop a chair in the crowd, Tappin danced and blew his saxaphone with vigor and sweetness.

The Tobago Jazz experience will continue tonight at the Signal Hill Recreation Grounds with acts like Positive, Isaac Blackman, Kimba Sorzano, J-Major, Samuel Duncan and Stephanie Winchester among others. Judging from the representation at the free event in Speyside last evening, we at ETCETERABUZZ.COM are certainly expecting a strong turnout in Signal Hill later today and while Tappin won’t be on the cast again this evening, he’ll be showing off his skill on the sax again on April 27th when he makes an appearance at Mt. Irvine Bay for Jazz on the Beach.

 

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Thick Girls, Fit Girls, Thongs Are Now Carnival’s New Norm.

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Say goodbye to the full covered undies and hello to all that batty, because Miami Carnival proved a very poignant point, and that is, a derrière, no matter shape, size or color, is now the focal point in any carnival.

Shenseea at Miami Carnival 2019

It’s been a little taboo over the years- the whole concept of completely baring the butt, especially if you’re a little on the chunky side but this past Miami Carnival we saw it all! The ladies weren’t afraid to bare their butts and so normal it’s become, even the men show no increased excitement about catching a glimpse… or in this case, a whole damn view. The saying goes, “ a woman should leave something to the imagination.” Well friends, that’s a very old saying and judging by today’s lifestyle and entertainment trends, we’re on our way to complete nudity in about 10 years. Start counting it down.

With all this in mind, we figured we’d offer a few tips to the ladies who wanna bare the booty in T&T for Carnival 2020. We know y’all aren’t about to let the Miami ladies walk away with all the highlight! So here goes:

CARNIVAL 2020 BUTT READY TIPS:

  • Start doing those squats RELIGIOUSLY. Try doing at least 3 sets of 10 every morning before your shower and move it up to twice per day if possible.
  • To ensure your skin’s clean and clear of all marks, try using a blemish cream like Ponds or Vicco.
  • If you’ve got cellulite, you wanna start exercising regularly. Lunges are good, along with other work out techniques. Consult with a good gym instructor or try a 60 day workout programme like HITT!
  • Keep your butt happy by moisturizing. Like any other part of your body, your derrière deserves a little tender loving care too! When you’re putting lotion on your legs, keep the booty in mind! You’ll thank us later!


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Swappi Proves a Point in Miami. Nadia Encourages All Soca Lovers to Come to Miami Carnival!

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Love him or hate him, Soca’s reigning Groovy Soca Monarch champ, Swappi has a place in any carnival atmosphere. The singer, prior to carnival 2019, had endured a rough patch, telling Ebuzztt following his Monarch win, that there’d been many times he’d almost given up. Fast forward to October 2019, and Swappi is enjoying life and success.

Miami Carnival was all the rave this past weekend. The Soca artistes all represented well. Whether they hit the big stage at Fairgrounds or performed at private events like Soca Brainwash, Lyrikal and Friends, Rise and Shine or Soca Kingdom, their presence in Miami was definitely certain and spreading the sweetness of soca was the mission.

Swappi on stage in Miami.

Ebuzztt caught Swappi in action on Sunday night at the Miami Carnival concert hosted by the Miami Broward Carnival Committee. He was eagerly introduced by Wassi and the A Team Band and almost like he’d been performing for the very first time, hungry to feed a ravenous crowd, Swappi lit up the venue. He’s been enjoying a phenomenal post C2K19 season, hitting the international Soca circuit hard. For artistes like him, the Miami Carnival stage is the last major stage where their talent can be showcased before all eyes and ears become peeled to Trinidad and Tobago.

The Soca stars from across the Caribbean showed up and showed out at this year’s Miami Carnival. Nadia Batson told Ebuzztt that Miami Carnival is always an enjoyable one for her, and encouraged her fans from around the world to be a part of the fun, next year.

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