Caribbean Cultural News Category

June is observed as Caribbean Heritage Month and Tropicalfete Inc. continues celebrations with the Authors Connecting Program. The event will include a list of activities,  such as reading sessions, interviews and interactive workshops. The program will be streamed live on Facebook, YouTube, twitch, Periscope, Linked, Instagram and Tropicalfete.com.  Authors Connecting is a program designed to emphasize the importance of literacy and how culture can influence education, as well as one’s view of world events.  The program is targeted at people of all ages and consists of workshop sessions with authorsRead More
Tropicalfete Presents an important workshop for you. How Do Music Creators Get Paid? Presenter: Akilah Phillip – Intellectual Property Professional | Let’s Talk Intellectual Property Facilitators: Alton Aimable & Charles “Cke1” Watts | Tropicalfete, Inc. May 22, 2021 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Registration Required https://tinyurl.com/5dhthnry After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with informationHave you seen your royalty check lately?What are the different types of royalties?Do you know who controls your music?ThanksNew York City Department of Cultural AffairsCouncil Member Alicka Ampry-SamuelCouncil Member Farah N. LouisCouncil Member/Read More
Carnival past present and future meets was the tagline for Tropicalfete’s End of Summer Carnival Festival virtual event. The organization lived up to its goals By highlighting different traditions of carnival, explored new ground with an aerialist, and most important included the youth in the overall production (broadcasting, video, sound, performance and design). The host Melissa Noel and Karen Deterville aka Fimber provided some excellent commentary on the performances and had an interactive discussion with the audience on the history of carnival. The event got on the way with theRead More
Tropicalfete celebrates Caribbean American Heritage Month in June 2020 with its annual cultural reading program. The community is invited to join us as we explore the world through the eyes of various Caribbean authors. We challenge the community to read more with a “Read a Book a Day Challenge.” Visit https://tropicalfete.com/readjune2020/ for a list of 60 books by Caribbean authors covering a wide variety of books such as children books, adult books, fiction and non-fiction. Barnes and Noble has been our loyal and trustworthy partners since 2012 for our fascinatingRead More
Thank you for supporting Our Fundraising Curry Q last Saturday. Thanks to the parents that contributed food, labor and purchase food and drinks. Thank you is also due to everyone that shared the information on social media, took pictures of their food and drinks and tags us and friends. It was nice to see new faces, old faces and current faces: 🙂 Your contribution was greatly appreciated. Thanks to you the Curry Q was sold out!!! We would like to apologize if you were not able to get food. ForRead More
Daley is set to perform next at multiple events in the Caribbean including St Kitts, Trinidad as well as the Cayman Islands.Read More
In addition to One A Day Sound, King Addies and Royalty Sound, the line-up features Turbulence Sound and Twin Star Sound.Read More
Martin states. "I have a newly born son and new music at the same time and that is a very special thing." Read More
With one foot firmly planted in the core Caribbean market and the other always exploring new sounds and styles, count on Busy to deliver another epic musical journey. -Some words by Jesse Serwer of Large UpRead More
Later this year she releases a new album, which looks set to explore this important artist’s memoirs, featuring hidden gems from her abundant repertoire, plus some extremely personal interpretations of songs belonging to Caribbean and African musical heritage and a number of collaborations with artists who have been influenced by the career of the woman they affectionately call “Mama Rose.”Read More