Charles Isaac better known in the calypso arena as “Sour Sour”, has won this year’s carnival road march title with “Grinder”. His gets a cash prize of $3000.
This, according to official information from the Public Relations Officer of the Dominica Calypso Association (DCA), Deryck “De Hunter” St. Rose.
Dominica News Online (DNO) was informed that in arriving at the road march results, DCA representatives, located at strategic positions along the route, used tally sheets to record the number of times each calypso was played.
Next in line was 9 time King Dennison “Dice” Joseph with Jumbee Money. Lugarz came in 3rd place with “Karessah” and Intruder took the 4th position with “Eyes Closed”.
Sour Sour first tied for the road march title with the Hurricane in 1994 with his very popular Cool Pipe. He also won in 2011 with “No name, No warrant” popularly know as “Yaw Yaw”.
Meantime, St Rose said this year’s Calypso finals was a great one and all the artistes gave a very good account of themselves.
“We are looking forward to having an even better season come 2020,” he said.
He also thanked the patrons and persons who supported the association throughout the season.