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Jacques Bajal, Plézi Bèlè
🇫🇷Martinique

Plézi Bèlè Brings Martinican Folk Music Into the 21st Century

Plézi Bèlè is the pleasure of listening to Bèlè, Martinique's famed folk music. It's an apt title for the debut album from Jacques Bajal.
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Chairman's Rum Julep
🇱🇨St. Lucia

Chairman’s Rum Julep – Summer Southern (Caribbean) Comfort Cocktail

Made with the #1 rum from the Caribbean's #1 country & western destination, a Chairman's Rum Julep is Caribbean southern comfort perfection.
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RIP Toots Hibbert
🇯🇲Jamaica

RIP Toots Hibbert: Our Memories of The Hardest Working Man in Reggae

RIP Toots Hibbert. The hardest working man in reggae music may have died, but we'll always remember him through two special concerts...
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Pressure Busspipe killing COVID with music
🇻🇮U.S. Virgin Islands

Pressure Busspipe New Music Kills COVID Blues For Me

While many of us have spent summer 2020 holed up at home due to COVID-19, Pressure Busspipe has given us new songs to keep us strong.
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Soca Gold 2020
Caribbean

Soca Gold 2020 Brings Carnival Home With World’s Greatest Soca Party

The release of Soca Gold 2020 on July 31 allows you to bring this year's biggest chunes home AND fete like you're at your favorite Carnival!
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Bankie Banx at Dune Preserve, Anguilla
🇦🇮Anguilla

Bankie Banx Live Streams Anguilla To You From The Dune Preserve

While practicing social distancing at home like the rest of us, Bankie Banx has turned on a few cameras to let us all share in some good times in Anguilla.
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🇲🇸Montserrat

Soca Cabana, Montserrat – Uncommon Beach Bar Envy

Music reigns at Soca Cabana. This colorful beach bar on Little Bay is home to one of the island's largest amateur talent competitions: Montserrat Idol.
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Mizik Twoubadou, Haiti | SBPR
🇭🇹Haiti

Twoubadou Folk Music, The True Sound and Soul of Haiti

Twoubadou folk music traces its origins to the early 1900s, when seasonal migrant laborers from Haiti traveled to Cuba to work the cane fields.
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Conch Man Percy in Saba
Saba

In Saba, One Man’s Quest to Serve as the Island’s Wake-up Conch Call

Modern conveniences have made traditional conch blowing for communication in Saba obsolete. One man thinks that's no reason to let a good tradition die.
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