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Lil Rick, TC out first at Soca Royale


Added 17 July 2017


Party Monarch finalists and representative for Lil Rick and Peter Ram, Simone Tull posing with the prize car after drawing for positions. (GP)

LIL RICK AND TC will be first out the blocks in their respective competitions when the MQI/98.1 the One Soca Royale in association with Jet Blue comes off on July 30.

The battles take place at the Bushy Park Racing Circuit in St Philip.

The finalists or their representatives drew for positions earlier today during a live airing of the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation’s Festival Stage programme.

The 2017 Party Monarch finalists will appear in the following order: 

  1. Lil Rick (Energy)

  2. Mikey (Feting and Brass)

  3. Faith (Run It)

  4. Ras Iley & Grynner (D 2 Ah We)

  5. MRBLOOD (Leggo)

  6. Rameses (Fowl Cock)

  7. Mistah Dale (Soca Famaleez)

  8. Peter Ram (Upside Down)

  9. Saffiyah (Tun Up)

The reserve is Kirk Brown with Shake.

The Sweet Soca finalists will be appearing as follows:

  1. TC (Paradise)

  2. Shaquille (Collateral)

  3. Edwin (Winner’s Circle)

  4. Nikita (Carry Festival)
  5. Marzville  (Give It To Ya)
  6. Lil Rick (Blessing)

  7. Sanctuary (Pick Me Up)

  8. RPB (Boat Ride)

  9. Marvay (Antidote)

The reserve is Fadda Fox with Good Ole Days. (PR/NB)


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