Eat Ah Food | Karene Asche | Trinidad Carnival 2013

Whoa, look out because on the heels of the Soca Priest (Super Blue) comes the Caribbean Calypso Monarch 2012 and Princess of Trinidad and Tobago Calypso in grand style.

Karene has a story to tell and she does it in style and with class as she brandishes her dazzling weapon of choice. You know what I am talking about! Yes it is her sweet vocal vibrations from this sweetheart of 'Calypso Music'.

The name of the song is "Eat Ah Food" and with that she has thrown down the gauntlet for all comers to stop and take notice that the battle lines have been drawn. This is war and when the dust settles Karene will be wiping the floor clean of any semblance of competition.

First up on the list is the Caribbean Calypso Competition in St. Kitts on Friday January 4, 2013 then Trinidad and Tobago's Monarch competition. Keep an eye on this prolific singer from Trinidad and Tobago she will always make us proud that we are Trini 2D Bone!

Are you brave and bold enough to bet against this Princess Karene? If you choose to then I am certain that someone let you out of St. Anns without permission. Look out people Karene is here and will not just "Eat Ah Food" but will decimate the competition. 

Production Notes:
Title: Eat Ah Food
Performed By: Karene Asche

Please be advised that the music is presented here for your listening pleasure and for promotional purposes only ("Fair Use" Musical Content Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976). Lend me your ears... Enjoy!
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Eat Ah Food - Karene Asche


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Anonymous said…
This is so true this is the culture in trinidad and it's hard to get rid of it because it starts from the head come down. For example many government ministers are just there to eat a food nad not to better our country.A culture of sustainable development is needed in trinidad and not just draining the treasure and not thinking about generations to come.