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Iwer George is still the boss. Wondering how we’ve come to that conclusion? Well, even though Iwer announced his decision to opt out of future productions of the International Soca Monarch showcase recently, he continues to be booked for various events overseas- proving that he is an artiste in demand. This past weekend, George performed in the prelude to Washington DC and Baltimore Carnival at an event called Glow in the Dark and in usual Iwer fashion, he killed it!

Iwer George celebrated his birthday during DC's carnival this past weekend.

Iwer George celebrated his birthday during DC’s carnival this past weekend.

Iwer’s presence has been a staple to many Caribbean carnivals hosted across the world, over the years. On his announcement a few weeks ago, that he would no longer be participating in the highly acclaimed, International Soca Monarch competition, many raised eyebrows, wondering if this would mean the end of the boss. Last weekend however, Iwer proved that his career is nowhere close to becoming defunct. He stepped on stage at Glow In The Dark and amid technical glitches, Iwer recreated a T&T carnival fete scene- a fetter’s dream, some might call it, delivering an A class performance, according to our EBUZZ foreign correspondent.

The Glow in The Dark event also saw performances by Mr. Famous- the artiste from Toco, Trinidad who pretty much proved to be the break through artiste of Carnival 2014. St. Vincent’s Skinny Fabulous was also in the lineup, delivering his hit single ‘Worst Behaviour’, a 2014 crowd favourite, among other big songs.

George celebrated his birthday last Friday. It was actually the same night of the Glow In The Dark event. He told his audience that he’d traveled all the way from Trinidad to be with them on his birthnite. ETCETERABUZZ.COM understands that Grenada’s Mr. Killa was also billed to perform at the event, however on show night he was a no show, according to our correspondent.  On Saturday, the Caribbean revellers of Washington made their presence felt and as we understand it, Iwer George was the man of the moment, being blessed with lots of love and birthday wishes from his adoring foreign fans.

Today, another soca star celebrates his birthday. Much love and best wishes to Bunji Garlin- the ‘Differentology’ hit maker who continues to make inroads overseas, with his monstrous ragga soca anthems.

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