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Party Monarch kicks off

SHERRYLYN TOPPIN, sherrylynclarke@nationnews.com

Added 29 July 2018


Stiffy performing his song Lies in the Party Monarch competition.

Bashment Soca finalist Rhea warmed the mike for the nine competitors in the Party Monarch segment of the MQI/98.1 The One Soca Royale at Bushy Park tonight.

Rhea did not perform her popular song Jiggle It, opting to go for the slower All We Need.

Chrissy D opened the show with Rum & Bass, followed by two-time Bashment Soca King Stiffy doing Lies and another newcomer Ashawnya with Mess.

Veteran performer Mac Fingall will perform Blow, the duo of Mr Blood and iWeb will do stomp and defending monarch Lil Rick will be up with Mudda Sally.

The last three will be Mikey (My Kind Ah Party), Nikita (Going The Distance) and Mistah Dale with Bold and Brave. (SAT)


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