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Colosso is Boss

The territory’s newest Calypso Monarch, Eustace ‘Boss’ Freeman is not taking his reign lightly. He has committed to investing in the calypso art form among the younger population.

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His stage name is Colosso. He made a comeback after being out of the calypso art form for over five years and with his return made history for himself, taking the crown as the 2017 Calypso Monarch performing two true commentary styled originals “Respect the Doc” and “Mr Politician”.

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He walked away with awards for best lyrics, best arrangement, best commentary, best humorous song and best stage performance plus a cash prize of $6000. However, they all have no meaning to him if he does not use his reign in a meaningful way.

He has committed to working with schools across the territory to reinvigorate Jr Calypso.

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And with a performance like that of Sherwood Charles on stage as a guest artiste, there is no doubt about the potential.

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Meanwhile, veteran calysonian Reynold Phillips, who goes by the stage name "King Paido" came in as first runner-up. He was also honoured for his 22 years as a local calypsonian and hailed worthy to have the 2018 Road Town Festiville named in his honour.

Second Runner Up went to Titus Crabbe aka Rocky.

The others who participated this year were Algernon ‘Macko’ Mathavious, Gaverson ‘Falco’ Frett, Roland ‘Chico B’ Veira and the lone female this year, Shereen  “Queen Shereen” Flax-Charles.

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