Mr. Kenny Phillips rocks the Palm’s Club with his Calypso Magic

On Saturday night, the Palm’s Club in San Fernando was filled with music lovers who came to witness a special performance by Mr. Kenny Phillips, the renowned calypso musician and producer. Phillips, who is also known as Mr. Phileep, delighted the audience with his catchy and upbeat song of the same name, which celebrates his life and career in the calypso industry.

The song, which was written by Kurt Allen, Kenny Phillips, and Kyle Phillips, and arranged and produced by Kenny Philips, features a lively introduction that sets the tone for the rest of the track. Philips’ vocals are clear and powerful, as he belts out the high notes. The lyrics are witty and humorous, and they tell the story of Mr. Phileep (the musician/arranger who endeavors to become a calypsonian) in a way that is both entertaining and informative. The song’s chorus is particularly catchy, and it is sure to get stuck in your head after just one listen.

The song also features a special cameo by Queen Mother Cossil, who advises Mr. Phileep to leave the singing to the singers and stick to producing. However, KP proves her wrong with his impressive performance, which showcases his talent and versatility as an artist. The song is full of energy and good vibes and will surely put a smile on your face.

The audience at the Palm’s Club was clearly impressed by Mr. Phileep, as they cheered and clapped along to the song. Some even joined him on stage to dance and sing with him. The atmosphere was festive and fun, and everyone had a great time.

Mr. Phileep is a calypso that is sure to be a hit with fans who love the man and the genre. It is a well-written and well-produced song featuring outstanding vocals and instrumentation. If you are a fan of the artist or just love calypso music, then you need to check out Mr. Phileep today.

Sokah2Soca needs to needle Kenny a little. We hope that the members of the audience who were screaming their support were well paid by Kenny. Well Kenny we wish you much success as a Calypsonian, but as Mother Cossil said, stick to producing OK. 

Mr. Kenny Phillips is one of the most respected and influential figures in the calypso industry, having worked with many of the greats such as Lord Shorty, Black Stalin, and others. He is also a pioneer in promoting and preserving the culture of Trinidad and Tobago through his radio station, which broadcasts local and Caribbean music, news, and events.

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Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: Mr. Phileep
Artist/Performed by: Kenny Phillips Ft. voice cameo of Queen Mother Cossel
Written by: Kurt Allen, Kenny Phillips, Kyle Phillips
Arranged and produced by: Kenny Phillips
Brass: Roger Jagassar, Oral Rodriguez & David Jacobs
Background vocals by: Tricia Hamilton, Kenny Phillips
Keys: Emile Fortune
Bass: Rodney Alexander
Drums: Kenny Phillips, Kyle Phillips
Guitar: Kenny Phillips
Special Cameo by Queen Mother Cossil
Origin: Trinidad and Tobago
Genre: Calypso

Palm's Club Performance: Live  Stage Band

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