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Monday, 30 January 2017 19:24

I’m Every Woman (Carnival Edition): Nailah Blackman

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She is third generation music royalty so her musical prowess is no surprise.


She started singing at the tender age of two and entered her first calypso competition two years later at age 4.

Her musical risk taking, her refusal to have her style boxed in and categorized is reminiscent of her grandfather. - the founding father of Jamoo, Ras Shorty I.

Nailah Blackman has been a singer songwriter for many years but this year she made her Soca debut with a track titled Workout, which features Kes.

In this instalment of I’m Every Woman, the carnival edition, she tells of her journey as an artiste and musician.

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