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Prenzo’s on the Rise. New Artiste Makes Big Impression On Major Carnival Riddim.



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The stage is set for the upcoming Carnival season in Trinidad and Tobago, but not before the newcomers make their grand entry. The world will know Prenzo. He’s dynamic, vocally unique and what he says is God’s grace, has him sitting on one of the biggest riddims that penetrated the Carnival circuit leading into Carnival 2024, in Trinidad and Tobago. 

Prenzo was born in Trinidad, but now resides in Tobago. He says he gets the best of both islands. A young, vibrant artiste, he has big dreams to be a successful entertainer, and certainly a household name. Admittedly, he says he started off singing RnB and reggae music from as early as 10-years-old, having been a part of The Love Movement then. The opportunity to perform at Queen’s Hall during that time, sparked an inextinguishable passion that pushed him toward his dreams.  

Last year, for the first time, Prenzo released a Soca single. “I was encouraged by my lady to first be a part of the culture of my homeland. She said to me, “to get noticed, you have to start with your culture.”” 

After eight years honing his craft as an artiste, Prenzo explained that he felt confident in his ability to maneuver in the industry and, as luck would have it, through the encouragement of a friend, he scored the opportunity he had hoped for. 


Prenzo’s single, ‘Wuk Up’ forms part of the ‘Pay the People’ riddim – a riddim that happens to be Barbados’ Road March riddim. “I am so happy that I got the chance to add my voice to the riddim. My very good friend is responsible for this and I’m really grateful,” he said. He joins artistes like Yankey Boy and Swappi on the riddim, and says he believes God aligned it all. “Last year I wrote that song, not realizing that it would land on Barbados’ Road March riddim. God had to be working in some kind of way, because to jump on a big riddim like this… I was shocked to know that it was still open for me to get a chance,” he said. 

The feel-good single is all about enjoyment, and places keen focus on the women of Carnival. Prenzo says it also encourages elevation and progress, relaying in the simplest way, the need for positive energy and optimism in life. Mindful and practical, Prenzo says he will focus entirely on this single ahead of T&T carnival. He knows that penetrating the market in even the slightest way, is dependent on the strong effort he puts in, to bring awareness to himself and at least one engaging Soca single. 

Inspired to push for greatness and rise above the challenges, Prenzo admits that fellow artiste, Voice has been a great source of inspiration to him. “Voice helped me out a lot with all those positive songs when I was going through certain things in my life. I also admire Kees. I’m a real groovy soca lover,” he rationalized. Now, excitedly, he is positioning himself to join some of his favourite artistes in the soca music industry. “I was born for this. There’s no better time than the present to share my gift with the world.”

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Sizzla Kalonji Is Ready to Take The Stage, At Redemption 9. Promoters Conscious of Social Responsibility.



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Organisers, Tropix Entertainment, Java Nation and Johnny Q Limited, have made a major commitment to presenting the people of T&T with an elevated level of entertainment, the likes of which will see Steel Pulse, Collie Buddz, Christopher Martin, SuperCat, Jamelody and Mr. King, hit the stage, alongside Kalonji. 

SuperCat is ready to deliver.

This year’s concert follows a 2023 show, which was headlined by Buju Banton. “Reggae music is powerful and resolute in its affirmations of positivity,” said Java Nation’s Ian Pantin. The team’s unwavering effort to bring Trinidad and Tobago back to a place of peace, comes from a place of personal compassion for country. “There is no denying the fact that society’s moral compass has shifted somewhat and we see this in the news headlines daily. As partners in the entertainment business, we believe it is our social responsibility to direct our people onto a more positive path,” said Pantin. 

Each year, the tone for the show is depicted in the artistes chosen. Over the years, Tarrus Riley, Anthony B, Jah Cure, Sanchez, Luciano, Glen Washington, Beres Hammond, Morgan Heritage and countless others, have brought a variation of sweet reggae music. It is anticipated that this year, the addition of Super Cat will add some momentum – the artiste well known for hit dancehall tracks like, ‘Dolly My Baby’, ‘GirlsTown,’ ‘Cry Fuh De Youth,’ ‘My Girl Josephine’ and many others. 

Collie Buddz

Patrons, confident in the Redemption brand, have already expressed excitement for ‘The Way Forward,’ indicating their loyal support for the concert that has certainly stood the test of time. “We are truly pleased and humbled by the support shown to Redemption over the years- by both patrons and sponsors who we consider partners. Executing a show of this magnitude annually, is no easy or simple feat. We work dedicatedly behind the scenes, trying our best to accommodate every partner, while presenting live entertainment that is purposeful and enjoyable. It’s never easy,” said Pantin. 

Together with the team, Pantin says each year, patrons’ views are taken into consideration and efforts made to return one year later, with a show that is better than previously experienced. This year, one lucky patron will be the winner of a signature, gold and ruby encrusted, Redemption pendant, worth approximately $20,000TTD. 

Christopher Martin will be there.

For further details, persons can follow Redemption the Concert on Facebook and Instagram or call 780-SHOW (7469). 

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A Powerful Journey. Calypso Rose Fought All Odds. Queen of the Road Musical, A Necessary Reminder.



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Technology, social media and the ease of life we’ve all become so used to in this 21st century, is a far cry from the odds faced and overcome by so many who paved the way. This past weekend in Trinidad and Tobago, the delivery of ‘The Queen of The Road’ musical reminded patrons of this fact, and much more in its walk down memory lane which highlighted the life and times of the incomparable, Calypso Rose.

Queen of the Road, written and directed by Rhoma Spencer, was presented by Yes Productions on both Saturday and Sunday in Trinidad. It was first presented as a workshop in Canada in 2019 before premiering in Tobago in October 2023. The musical begins with Rose’s acceptance of the The Victoire de la Musiq Award- the French equivalent of the Grammy. She won the award in 2017 after releasing the album, ‘Far From Home.’ In her production, Spencer rewinds the life of the 84-year-old, taking the audience on a whirlwind- sometimes harsh, often humor filled, consistently thought-provoking adventure through the childhood, adolescence and adulthood of Calypso Rose.

Thara Howe (centre) plays young Calypso Rose.
Photo: Carlyle Morris

Her story, a remarkable testament of each human being’s purpose from birth, is unraveled bit by bit in the musical, with a young Rose played by 11-year-old, Thara Howe- a student of St.Patricks Newtown Girls Primary School. Throughout her on-stage performance, members of the audience could be heard gushing at the effortless ease by which Howe executed her part of the matriarch calypsonian, in her childhood years. “She has a big future ahead,” said one person in the audience.

The adult Rose, played by 2018 Calypso Queen, Stacey Sobers was undeniably the perfect casting. An almost too-close- to- understand re-enactment of the Bethel, Tobago entertainer hears Sobers deliver with ease, songs like, ‘Tempo’, ‘Fire in Me Wire’, ‘Her Majesty’, ‘Leh We Punta, ‘ Young Boy’, and many of the artistes other memorable hit singles. Supporting cast members included, Kearn Samuel as The Mighty Sparrow, Karen Francisco as Rose’s aunt Edith, Theresa Hope who played the very important role of Calypso Rose’s grandmother and Fabrice Barker who played the role of her father – a preacher who went on to leave Rose’s mother and their family for another woman.

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