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The Return of Machel Montano

The Return of Machel Montano

The Return of Machel Montano

By Ras Achis on Thursday, April 7, 2011 - 1 comment

The Soca Star drops an album celebrating his huge 2011 season.


If you missed out the Carnival season in Trinidad this year, a chunk of the biggest hits of its greatest star for 2011 is now available as certified Soca Supernova, Machel Montano, releases his new album for the season (and his 35th to date!), the fittingly titled 'The Return'. Machel Montano - The ReturnMontano was largely absent from the 2010 season, preferring to let the light shine on younger stars and members from his camp (such as Patrice Roberts), but he didn't repeat the disappearing act this year and, instead, had arguably the most dominant year of his career.

Machel Montano hauled in both his fourth career Road March [The season's most popular song] and his very first ever Soca Monarch title with the same song, Advantage, which is on the album. It is joined by big tunes such as So High [A.O.A], Coming Again, Spin Class and others.

Diversify your listening landscape and check out 'The Return' from Machel Montano which is currently available around the world through Ruf Rex Productions.

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Posted by GeorgePThomas on 05.01.2011
Four Years and no justice for the poor!!

How can we believe Trinidad and Tobago to be a just society, when it seems that celebrities and bigshots who commit crime are exempt from serving time?

OJ Simpson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Louis Armstrong, Lil Wayne, Lil’ Kim, Mike Tyson, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Martha Stewart, Notorious B.I.G., Foxy Brown , Bobby Brown, James Brown, Orlando Brown, Marcus Camby, Charlie Sheen, 50 Cent, Tupac Shakur, Mike Tyson, …. are celebrities who all served or are serving their times for their crimes.

This list goes to show that in a just society, if celebrities, even though they're rich and famous, do not live above the law, like anybody else who breaks it, they can and will end up in jail.

Is a Soca Hero above the law?

Justice delayed is justice denied.


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