Constitution Reform Calypso Competition

Public Notice
July 30th, 2016

St. George’s Grenada, July 27, 2015: The Constitution Reform Advisory Committee (CRAC) has announced the finalists of the much anticipated calypso competition.

Edutainment’ will be at its peak with renditions focused solely on the subject of Grenada’s constitution from the 10 artistes who will be performing in the following order (1st – 10th):

Etieron ‘Prince Etieron’ Edwards;
Georgia ‘Messenger’ McIntyre;
Ken ‘KJ’ Joseph;
Robert ‘Sergeant Folkes’ Pierre;
Monique Cummings;
Raphael ‘Croqueta’ Johnson;
Nathan Johnson;
Allan ‘Allan G’ Gaskin;
Anthonia ‘Zena’ Simon;
Sean ‘Sour Serpent’ Niles.

First, second and third place winners will receive prizes of $10,000, $7,000 and $5000 respectively.

The competition is part of CRAC’s continuing public education campaign designed to reach the widest possible audience in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique and facilitate engagement in the Constitution Reform Process and the upcoming referendum.

The initiative is supported by Spice Mas Corporation and will be held on Monday 1st August, 2016 (Emancipation Day) at Carnival City on the Carenage at 7.00 p.m. Entrance fee is a mere $10.00 and all are invited to attend.

Transportation will be arranged down the East and West Coasts and large groups are asked to contact the CRAC office on 473 7875 or For updates please visit the website, or join the conversation on social media – Facebook: Grenada Constitution Reform; Twitter: gdaconstitution; Youtube: Grenada Constitution Reform.