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Charly Black To Spend His Birthday Weekend TURNT UP in Trinidad.

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Jamaican dancehall heavyweight Charly Black celebrates his birthday today and he’s promising fans an exciting weekend.  The artiste, in an interview on RED 96.7FM in Trinidad this morning, said he’s chosen Trinidad to celebrate this weekend all because of his fanbase on the island of Soca. Black collaborated with Soca boss, Machel Montano in 2017 on a track that has since remained incredibly loved. That single was called, “VIP Girl.”

Charly Black has amassed global popularity. He is one of dancehall music’s leading artistes at this time.

Even as Jamaica’s carnival is in full swing and several of T&T’s soca stars are on that island, Charly told the public today that his fans in Trinidad have shown him a love that he cannot deny or turn a blind eye to. “Trinidad is my second home so at the end of the day, I always have to make sure I do the right thing. I could never leave out Trinidad.”

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Charly hosted pre birthday celebrations in Jamaica last weekend and will be a part of birthday celebrations this weekend in T&T. A boat ride called “Perfect,” which is named after one of his more popular dancehall singles, is set for this Sunday aboard the Harbor Master. “My female fans in Trinidad show me a different vibes from anywhere else. It started when I had my first two songs. My fanbase in Trinidad has been growing,” said the entertainer. He also admitted that in Trinidad he experienced his very first boat ride. “I am having my birthday party tomorrow night at Club Next in San Fernando and then Sunday I have the boat ride and we’ll go to VAS for the after party,” he said, making it clear that the fun will be unparalleled this weekend.

The ‘Hoist and Wine’ singer touches down in Trinidad on Saturday morning ahead of the event at NEXT Nightclub in South, on Saturday night.

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Shal Marshall Among Hot Caribbean Acts to Hit Major HOT97 Summer Stage This Month.

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Soca and Reggae music again takes centre stage outside of the Caribbean at the end of this month when New York’s HOT97 hosts its On ‘Da Reggae and Soca Tip.’ The event has seen artistes like Machel Montano, Bunji Garlin, Fay Ann Lyons, Gyptian, Kranium, Shaggy, Barrington Levy and many others, over the years and this year Mr. Splinters- Shal Marshall, is billed to perform.

Set to take place at the Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island on August 31st from 7:3pm, this summer’s  HOT 97 Caribbean feature event will also feature T&T’s Nailah Blackman, the young artiste who was nominated in July for a BET Award. Other artistes on the cast include Jamaica’s Ding Dong, Aidonia, Konshens, Elephant Man, Masicka and Kranium.

Both Shal Marshall and Nailah Blackman have been holding their own since the end of Carnival 2018 in Trinidad and Tobago, proving that they are ready and able to make it to major world stages. Marshall is currently making waves with a new single called “Trending,” which sits on the Monkey Steel riddim. Blackman meanwhile, recently released a new video for a remixed single done with Jamaica’s Ding Dong. That single is called, “Birthday Song.”  Check it out on our featured video tab.

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Nailah, Shenseea, Alison Replace Rihanna in Barbados CropOver Action.

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The energy surrounding Barbados’ annually anticipated Crop Over fun, was no different this year. Despite the absence of the Bajan pop princess, Rihanna on the island, CropOver was filled with smiles, good vibes and even acclaimed female celebs, loved world over and definitely in the Caribbean.

Bajan Soca Queen, Alison Hinds represented as she always does, donning a one piece costume that did her body absolute justice. She was all smiles, soaking in the hot Caribbean sun, parading the route and at one point, taking a wine with fellow soca entertainer, Sekon Sta, atop a music truck, as you would’ve seen above.

Nailah Blackman was picture perfect for CropOver.

Annually, many make their way over to Barbados for Cropover. The fete circuit, many agree, is becoming quite similar to the Trinidad and Tobago carnival fete vibe, with many all inclusive events offering true carnival bliss to fetters on that island.

Rihanna was not at Cropover this year.

Over the past few weeks, a number of Soca stars thrilled soca lovers in Barbados, among them, Shal Marshall, Patrice Roberts and Nailah Blackman. Blackman was even a part of the Kadooment day fun, sharing her sexy physique, all dolled up in her costume provided by Khepri Kulture, with social media fans. The ‘Sokah’ singer who recently appeared as a guest on Canada’s ‘Your Morning Show’, was in her glee to say the least, having been spotted in the company of her Jamaican sister, Shenseea, at one point. The two have become best buds since recording ‘Baddish’ together last year.

Rihanna is likely to pop up on the Copover scene next year. The internationally acclaimed singer, actress and businesswoman has been working on what Rolling Stone reported to be two albums, soon to be released.

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