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The moves of Mudda Sally were not enough to sway the judges in the Party Monarch 2018 com­pe­ti­tion. Mikey snatched the crown from de­fend­ing monarch Lil Rick with his song My Kind Ah Party. The new Party Monarch scored 82 points with his en­er­getic, jump up rou­tine that was backed by a sea of dancers dressed in red. The per­for­mance sent the crowd of soc­a­holics that had gath­ered at the Bushy Park, St Philip venue wild; it was a spec­ta­cle of ra­di­ant colours and ex­cite­ment! Stiffy and his Lies placed sec­ond with 76 points, Lil Rick, third with 74 points and Mis­tah Dale hold­ing Bold and Brave in fourth po­si­tion with 66 points. The event also saw the young­sters out in full force. For­mer Parkin­son Memo­rial stu­dent Ashawnya per­formed her song en­ti­tled Mess and new­comer

Chrissy D, Rum & Bass. If any­thing, this year’s

MQI The One Soca Royale Com­pe­ti­tion is a clear in­di­ca­tion that our cul­ture and mu­sic are in good hands.

The Brave and Bold Mis­tah Dale pow­ered into fourth place. Lil Rick and his Mudda Sallys com­mand­ing the stage. Sec­tions of the large crowd sweet on soca. Ashawnya per­form­ing Mess. King Bubba and his dancers pulling out all the stops.

New­comer to the Party Monarch arena Stiffy took the sec­ond spot. Newly crowned Party Monarch Michael “Mikey” Mercer re­ceiv­ing his tro­phy from Min­is­ter of Cul­ture John King, MQI Mar­ket­ing Man­ager Mar­garet Hoyte.

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