Junior Calypso Monarch urges revival of the genre

- entered competition because she had a message to share

It is difficult to believe that the shy, soft-spoken Niossi Alsopp who sat down with The Scene this week, is the same one who took stormed the stage and won the Junior Calypso Monarchy with her rendition of Bonny Alves’ “Drama School”.

But as Niossi revealed, she did not do it for the fame and the glory or even the chance of getting into the National Calypso Championship—which she has—but because she had a message she was keen on sending out.

The lyrics, according to Niossi, deal with the provocative behaviours  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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