Annou Manjé, Dansé, Chanté en Kwéyòl

De Soca–Lypso Revue announces its finalists for the Annou manjé, dansé, chanté 2015 Kweyol Song Competition. The competition forms part of the activities to mark October as Kweyol Heritage Month and is the only activity of its kind. The show will be held at the National Cultural Centre on October 31, 2015 from 8 p.m.

The Kweyol Finalists for 2015 and their songs are as follows:

1) Allyne Collymore “Aly-Kyatt” – Lamoun Nous
2) Christopher Duncan “Der Zol” – An Ti Pikan
3) Cecil Francis “Shepard” – Apwésyé
4) Rosemond Clery “De Sanator” – Say Jounen Kweyol
5) Stephen Edmond “Esteban” – Tambou
6) Marley James “Mongstre” – Lanmou
7) Selwyna Charles “Sistren” – L’amour
8) Agnes Chester “Black Pearl” – Andjeley
9) Devin Alexander “Mighty” – Caco
10) Aagee Sinpson “Aagee” – Chanté Dancé
11) Julius Peter “Gozilay” – Weflechi
12) Gregory Sinaise “Sinaise” – Pou Gue Sa
13) Sabino Francis “Prosper” – Say Nous Mami
14) Constance Francis “Ras Africa” – Nous Wivé
15) Lambert Sumer-James “Askia” – Pa a I Valè Encore
16) Certine Hunte Soca “Bandit” – Decambwele

Gregory Sinaise is last year’s winner and the defending monarch.

Gregory Sinaise: the 2014 Kweyol song competition winner.

Gregory Sinaise: the 2014 Kweyol song competition winner.

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