Did you ever notice that some of Grenada’s most popular dishes are of the ‘one pot’ variety? The array of soups, the national dish-oildown and pelau....
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A simple piece of a cocoa plant and a couple feet of plastic nylon twine do not conjure up images of music or a musical instrument. However, Joseph...
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The 2013 carnival season was launched on Saturday June 1st, the same day two major reggae concerts were held. Adding embarrassment to injury was the fact...
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This one is a bit personal for me because the 1968 Calypso Monarch of Grenada is from the same village, Clozier, as me and I didn't realize I grew...
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‘During the Carnival no person shall play the Masque known as “Jab Jab” or “Vie Cour”.’ This particular prohibition was included in the 1973 amendments to...
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Among the players in the entertainment industry here in Grenada, there is continuous debate about the timing of the release of new music during any...
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As one would expect the passage of Hurricane Janet in September of 1955 affected every facet of Grenadian life including Carnival celebrations. The...
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Brother B Chats With ODF Views : 385
ODF Interview With Skinny Banton - Part 2 Views : 94
ODF Interview With Skinny Banton - Part 1 Views : 225
PT. 2 Of 2 - ODF Interview with Inspector The Vereran Views : 470
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The Steaming Hitz For Grenada Carnival 2013.
|1. SKINNY BANTON||LIFE TIME TABANKA|
|2. BLAKA DAN
||WHOLE DAY WE JAMMIN
|3. BOYZIE||MASS EVERYWHERE
|4. MR. KILLA||ROLLY POLLY|
|5. MR.LEGS & IMAGE||NO WORRIES|
||JAB JAB NATION