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Lil Rick's Mudda Sally takes Tune Of The Crop

NATANGA SMITH, natangasmith@nationnews.com

Added 06 August 2018


Lil Rick (FILE)

Tune Of The Crop belongs to Lil Rick.

The hitmaker can claim supremacy this year in the National Cultural Foundation’s Crop Over festival. Musically that is.

Apart from the Pic-O-De-Crop competition which he didn't not enter, he has placed first (Sweet Soca), tied with himself for first second and third (Foreday Morning Jam) and now can claim the Tune Of The Crop title.

He placed first with Mudda Sally, earning himself $7 500. He then placed third with True Story, adding $2 000 to the tally for today.

Mikey squeezed in between to take second place with Feting Family, earning himself $5 000. Mikey is also the People’s Monarch and Party Monarch for 2018. (NS)


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