Little J does it once more
July 2, 2004

Little J does it once more

Those who are thinking of getting their heads beneath the Secondary School Junior calypso crown will have next year. And, Jade Bowen, will be keen on doing the hat-trick and establish his name in the secondary school circles as much as Shannuelle McKenzie did.
Little J, a Bishop College Kingstown student, from the North Windward village of Fancy, took the secondary school title last year. {{more}}
He repeated the performance with his number called ‘Rise up,’ and he soared sufficiently to keep a good distance above eight contenders.
Little J was pushed by Ranique ‘Princess’ Flesh’ Fraser who placed second. One of four Bethel Secondary students in the final, Princess Flesh rendered the song ‘More fun, more flair, more fantasy.’ That is the theme for this year’s carnival, dramatised, and it created a lively version.
It may be viewed as double success for Fancy. Last year, Phamojah ‘Man Resistance’ Williams, took the primary school version of the Junior Calypso competition. This year he stepped up the ladder. Singing for the Georgetown Secondary School, Man Resistance with a number called ‘The Killer’ had to settle for third.
The other competitors were Kara ‘Dymon’ Johnson from Intermediate High School who did ‘Poverty,’ Bethel High’s Jamille Wilson: ‘Get up and fight, Elferna ‘2- Saint’ Toussaint: ‘Leadership,’ SVG Grammar School’s ‘Courtney Melody’ Williams whose number was ‘Diabetes,’ and Rolmina ‘Singing’ Rollie’ Matthews from St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown who sang ‘Please adults.’