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What's Trending: Double win for Mikey

Looka Lew, lookalew@nationenws.com

Added 30 July 2012


The Nation’s Online Editor Carol Martindale looks at What’s Trending today in Barbados. Readers are congratulating Mikey on his double win yesterday at Soca Royale yesterday at Bushy Park. Mikey won the Sweet Soca competition with his song, We Loose, as well as Party Monarch with No Behaviour. Maya Trotz: “Congrats to Mikey. Awesome news.” Star Flyboyz: “Congrats my king.” Eldorne Armstrong: “Congrats Mikey...only words like exceptional and fabulous can describe your performance.” Martine Boyer:  “He deserved to win.” Lisa Walker: “He definitely deserves the party monarch, a dynamite performance. I enjoyed that.” For more comments go to the Nation’s Facebook page.


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