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People’s Monarch showdown starts

NATANGA SMITH, natangasmith@nationnews.com

Added 23 July 2019


Mikey is the 2018 People's Monarch. (FILE)

Fifteen thousand dollars is up for grabs, along with the title of People’s Monarch 2019.

The winner of the competition, sponsored by Starcom Network and Flow, will be announced on August 1.

There are four quarter-finals, with the first one yesterday seeing Leadpipe & Jus Jay (Sometime) going up against A.T.A (Action Time Again) by defending monarch Mikey, who has won it three times already. The results of that will be known today.

Voting starts today for quarter-final No.2, with Shaquille’s Darlin’ trying to garner more votes than Grateful Co’s Do Ting.

Tomorrow, it is time for Hypasounds’ Fair Sa to tell Jus D, So What.

On Thursday, Lil Rick will try to Jam Down the votes to beat Yello International Bashment Soca Monarch Sk, who is in with Reverse.
The two semi-finals will be on Monday, July 29, and Tuesday, July 30.

There were 30 entrants in the wild card segment where voting by the people narrowed the final number to eight.

Voting is by FLOW phone only or online at HOTT 95.3FM. (NS)


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