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Triple Kay Global in the mix at World Creole Music Festival in Dominica
Published on September 28, 2012 Email To Friend    Print Version

ROSEAU, Dominica -- Dominican Bouyon heavyweight, Triple Kay Global is once again in the mix of an explosive line-up of Creole bands to appear on the stage of the 16th Annual Dominica World Creole Music Festival, scheduled for Friday 26 to Sunday 28 October, 2012 at the Windsor Park Stadium, Roseau, Dominica.

Triple Kay, who burst onto the scene in 2000, first appeared on the Festival stage in 2002, as a virtual unknown group and has since become a major fixture of this magical music festival. Known for their thumping rhythms, the use of local vernacular in their lyrics and for their effective use of riddims and chants, have produced a string of hits over the past decade.

They have a collection of nine CD albums and many hits songs including Sewo, Stick It, Sortie Desan, Allo ki jen aw, Bouyon band, and pram, pram, pram. The group has appeared and performed at numerous festivals across the region and internationally, representing Dominican music and bringing out their brand of Creole music all over the globe. In addition, they have toured extensively to neighbouring islands, the US mainland, United Kingdom, Belgium, among other places.

Triple Kay will appear on the middle night of the festival and patrons can expect the usual high energy performance and the spectacular dancing antics of front-men Mr Benji N20, Tazzy and Ticky. Patrons wanting to learn the popular dance forms and to be fully immersed in the contemporary music scene need to experience a Triple Kay performance for their own good senses. When Triple Kay plays you will need to be fully lubricated with the various beverages of the Festival and the good foods from the venue food-stalls.
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