‘De truth’ helps De Professor retain calypso monarchy title

By Dacia Whaul

Lester ‘De Professor’ Charles, told ‘the truth’ on Friday night at Demerara Park, and the judges believed him; it earned him the 2014 Mashramani Adult Calypso crown and $600,000.

Roger ‘Young Bill Rogers’ Hinds took the second spot with his piece, “I Ain’t Singing Bout Dat,” while Kenroy ‘Mighty Believer’ Fraser came in third with “Tell Dem Leh Deh Know.” They won $400,000 and $250,000 respectively.

De Professor was the last on stage to loud applause and he soon had the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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