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Beyonce and her father Mathew Knowles in
better times at the 2004 Grammy Awards.
Music lovers can look forward to a cul-
tural explosion this weekend as kaiso pow-
erhouses and chutney superstars converge
on Skinner Park, San Fernando for Trivial
Entertainment Ltd s "IN" Kaiso Royale.
The event, billed at the biggest after Car-
nival event to hit South, is being held tomor-
row and promises to be an Independence
show not to be missed.
Jonnelle Manwaring, marketing and com-
mittee member of Trivial Entertainment Ltd,
located at Cedar Drive, San Fernando, said
the event is a "big people party" and is a
celebration of T&T s unique culture.
"We want people to come and celebrate
52 years of Independence with us. We are
celebrating our culture and we want to uplift
the people of T&T and introduce them to
something they could look forward to every
year," Manwaring said.
Manwaring, who will also be performing
at the show, said it is the first time Trivial
Entertainment is having such a concert and
they are looking forward to a big turnout.
"We had the idea to have this event
because we want to keep the culture alive
in and out of Carnival...As you know "In"
means trending or popular so this is why
we are calling it "In" Kaiso Royale," she said.
Manwaring said after Carnival there are
limited cultural events that highlight local
artistes so this event is an opportunity for
local performers to showcase their talent.
The concert, she said, will feature every
aspect of local culture.
She said 25 of T&T s biggest calypsonians,
soca artistes and chutney artistes will per-
form, as well as tassa groups, steelpan
orchestras and cultural dance groups.
Headlining the performers wil be Calypso
Monarch Roderick "Chucky" Gordon. He
will be joined by Cro Cro, Denyse Plummer,
Brian London and Adesh Samaroo, among
Manwaring said the event will culminate
with a grand fireworks display.
According to Beyonce and Solange s father,
Mathew Knowles, the Beyonce and Jay Z drama
this summer was orchestrated by the couple
like a "Jedi mind trick."
A chatty Knowles stopped by Houston s Roula
and Ryan Show to talk about his daughters
When the hosts brought up the infamous ele-
vator incident, Knowles implied it was just for
publicity. "[They needed something to] ignite that
tour. It s called a Jedi mind trick. A Jedi mind
trick fools you a lot of the time. All I know is
everyone is talking about it. Ticket sales went up,
Solange s album sales went up 200 per cent..."
Later in the clip, he reminded everyone that
while he was no longer Beyonce s manager, he
still was the manager of Destiny s Child and even
heavily implied that the women would tour togeth-
er again within the next year. While that sounds
incredible, this is likely a case of Knowles saying
things he wished were true.
Clearly, all of these revelations should be taken
with a huge grain of salt. Life is But A Dream,
Beyonce s documentary, started with Beyonce
firing her dad as manager, alluding to his personal
life as the reason.
Mathew and Tina Knowles got divorced in 2010
after one of his affairs allegedly resulted in a child.
While no one knows exactly what Beyonce s per-
sonal life is really like, it doesn t appear that she
has maintained a close relationship with her father
these past couple years. (billboard.com)
Beyonce's dad claims
incident was 'stunt'
South gears up for 'big people' cultural celebration
National Calypso Monarch, Roderick "Chucky"
Gordon is one of the featured acts at "IN" Kaiso
Royale. PHOTO: SHIRLEY BAHADUR
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