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VIDEO Crop Over Souvenir 2020: Mikey


Added 17 July 2020


Mikey (GP)

Welcome to the first episode of Crop Over Souvenir: The Digital Series as we introduce four-time Party Monarch winner Michael ‘Mikey’ Mercer.

Reminisce with him as he takes you through his Crop Over journey starting in the famous Grass Skirt Posse and winning his first Road March in 2004 with ‘Come Together’.

He also speaks fondly of his fans and how working alongside veterans in the business helped him hone his craft over the years.

Join us here at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, or Instagram @nation246 or on www.nationnews.com as we bring you your very own digital Crop Over Souvenir for 2020. New episodes will be released from Monday to Saturday until August 3, 2020

Like, share and leave us a comment letting us know what Crop Over means to you.

Proudly sponsored by The Barbados Light & Power Company Limited and Banks Beer



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