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The personalities and celebrities featured on the Cover of the OMG Digital Magazine

International recording artiste, Lyrikal.

Devon Martin, who is widely known today as the international recording artist, Lyrikal, started singing in the church choir at the age 7. Once he realized he could actually sing he began participating in school talent shows and neighborhood block parties. As a youngster his biggest inspirations were Crazy, Shabba …

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Benjai is in the OMG studios this week.

One of the most lyrically savvy artistes to come up within the last decade is Rodney Le Blanc better known as Benjai. He is poised to make significant advances in the international music arena in the coming months.  With his engaging performance style and infectious personality, he’s commanding audiences of thousands. …

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Aaron Duncun shares his 2018 plans with Team OMG.

He ventured into the competitive arena at the tender age of five years old and won the 2009 N.J.A.C’s Annual Emancipation Calypso Competition. In 2010 he won the T.U.C.O’s National Junior Calypso Monarch creating history as the youngest ever to win that prestigious title at only six years old. His …

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Team OMG Chats with Marge Blackman.

Marge comes from a revered musical clan – The Blackmans; who are to Trinidad what the Marley’s are to Jamaica.  Her Father The late Ras Shorty I is the Inventor of two major genres of Trinidadian music, namely Soca and its Gospel-infused sister Jamoo. So music is definitely in her blood. …

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Neval B. tells OMG about his upcoming plans.

Outfit by: Peter Elias Neval Bissambhar, aka “Neval B ” is a Trinidadian born Urban Crossover Artist, vocalist, songwriter, musician, qualified broadcaster, and businessperson. He is the younger son of the musical icon, Krishna “TEDDY” Bissambhar and also the frontline vocalist with his Cross-over band D.Rampersad INDI-ART. Neval started his …

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Mark Hardy and Yung Rudd Explores New Project

In 2013, Mark Hardy teamed up with Yung Rudd (son of the legend, David Rudder) and Mevon Soodeen of Xplicit Entertainment to create a new genre of music coming out of Trinidad and Tobago called TRAPSO, which birthed hits such as “PUMPIN”, “NAH BOY” and “WUZ D SCENE”. The power …

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