Registration for NCCU 2013 Cadence Lypso Show (new deadline)

The National Cooperative Credit Union Ltd (NCCU) invites singers, song writers and arrangers to participate in the 2013 Cadence Lypso competition scheduled for Saturday, October 19, 2013 at the Newtown Savannah.

Entries should be submitted on compact disc and should be no longer than 7 minutes in either English, Kokoy, Creole or a combination.

The foundation should be Cadence Lypso and entries should maintain the old school beat or innovations. Entries must be original and never performed before.

Download a registration form here or collect one at any NCCU Branch.

For more information contact the NCCU at 255-2164. Closing date for entries is Friday, September 27, 2013.

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2 Comments

  1. Reality
    August 26, 2013

    Big up to nccu everytime for creating an avenue where artists can do their thing,but i still checking they dont have to make it so hard to get into that avenue.Economy so tight in D.A,and an artist has to pay for recording his/her track on CD plus pay $50. registration fee?What if the song doesnt get accepted you lose everything?thats not right.And one more thing nccu still owing last year’s participants money from CD sales,when will they get paid?Man had to sacrifice so much to make the show happen,please nccu,pay the artists their money.

    • jimmy
      September 4, 2013

      Reality

      Please get your information correct re NCCU still owing as MATT always says, “it is better to be thought of as a “FOOL” than to open your mouth and remove all doubts…”
      take note

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