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Honored By T&T, The Water Lord Is Headed to Miami Carnival.



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Iwer George is gearing up to perform in the heat of the action at this year’s Miami Carnival festivities. The entertainer who’s been a part of the Carnival culture for over 30 years, maintains his strong presence as one of Trinidad and Tobago, and the Caribbean’s most notable contributors to the soca genre.

On Republic Day, George, who is also the owner of what started off as an all-soca radio station in Trinidad and Tobago, 91.9FM, was awarded the Hummingbird Silver medal for his contribution to culture in his country. “After all these years of having a successful career, all I have to say is, ‘thank you” to my family, my friends, my fans, my support staff, to Trinidad and Tobago and the world,” said George, a Point Fortin native, in a social media post recently.

The artist has received multiple awards of recognition for his contribution to Caribbean culture, overseas. In a press statement issued on Thursday evening, George thanked all international bodies for their recognition. He said, “It is with pride and humility that I carry the national flag of Trinidad and Tobago and I am eternally grateful to each of you, family, friends and supporters, for blessing me with such accolades.

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