Join all the soca and reggae music junkies, carnival band members, the sexy Divine Models and party rockers this Saturday April 19th 2014 for the GLOW FETE!!!
The doors at ENCLAVE VENUE, 708 Spring St. Atlanta Ga 30308, open at 10pm. Musical energy will be supplied by DJ Choice One MD, the Krunkmaster DJ Slik, and DJ Doc. Also, top rated Highlanda Sound has just been added to the line up! Admission is only $10.
The annual Caribbean American Movers and Shakers Networking Series, which identifies professionals and civic minded individuals of Caribbean heritage who have contributed to the multicultural community, will take place at the newly renovated Stir It Up Restaurant and Lounge, 84 12ST, Atlanta, GA 30309 on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
2014 Caribbean American Movers and Shakers:
Also being honored are Wanique Shabazz, Director of Operations at WRFG 89.3 FM, Tina Hart, Black Latino Council Atlanta, David Panton, the President of Panton Capital Holdings, Dr. Karen Godette, Chief of Staff at Emory Winship Cancer Center, and Vin Martin, Atlanta’s Former Honorary Consul of Jamaica. The Humanitarian of the Year honoree is Garvin Stewart, founder of Food for the Poor, and the Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees are Pola Cooper and Patrick Mc Bain, founders of the Atlanta Peach Carnival aka Atlanta Caribbean Folk Festival.
The Caribbean Media Network, in conjunction with affiliates, will host this memorable networking celebration on Thursday, May 22, 2014, at Atlanta’s Caribbean hot spot, Stir It Up Restaurant and Lounge, which is under the direction of Jamaican Chef Chris; Chef Chris menu was carefully created to fit all types of palettes, reinventing Island Favorites with his signature sauces, bold spices, traditional techniques and recipes made from scratch; stirred up with all its international cultures. This luxury venue is located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, which will serve as a tropical oasis for this year’s celebration. The event will start promptly at 7:00p.m. (RSVP Required)
The 2014 Atlanta Networking Event, will be feature Caribbean American entertainment, lifestyle, and culture specialist, Red Carpet Shelley, and a variety of celebrity presenters. The atmosphere will be highlighted by DJ Kahlil Wonda of international sound system Highlanda along with specially invited guests.
For more information on RSVP and celebrity involvement: Please contact Caribbean Media Network at 404-455-2944 or email email@example.com. Visit www.camsnetworking.com. Connect with:@cmnusa @redcarpetshelle @highlanda
Bunji releases a brand new EP to vocalize his Trinidad & Tobago Carnival sentiments. According to Urban Dictionary, “Tabanca,” is defined as “an extreme sadness and/or a depression following one’s breakup or separation from one’s significant other.” Not one to dwell on the sadness, Bunji also includes “Red Light District,” “Carnival Tabanca (Vikings remix),” and this year’s Carnival anthem “Truck On D Road” on the EP. Full track list below:
1. Carnival Tabanca
2. Truck On D Road
3. Red Light District
4. Carnival Tabanca (Vikings remix)
Soca star Darryl “Farmer Nappy” Henry brings the spirit of Trinidad Carnival to the global masses with his new album Big People Party, available worldwide from all major digital retailers, as well as physical CD in stores, on February 25, 2014, with pre-order available now, from FOX FUSE.
Celebrating over 30 years in music, the accomplished and acclaimed Trinidadian singer and songwriter delivers the very best that soca music has to offer with this new collection of hits on his third full-length studio effort.
Big People Party is the only album that is released internationally by an artist during Trinidad’s Carnival 2014 season.
Farmer Nappy also accomplished this major feat with his previous album, You Make Me…Surrender, released in February 2012 which received a coveted review and rating from MTV garnering a tremendous 4 out of 5 stars. It was also featured in The New Yorker Magazine, along with numerous other international media, as well as in all the major news and entertainment outlets at home in Trinidad and Tobago.