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Wednesday, 08 February 2017 18:45

Aaron Duncan “Born Ready To Perform”

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He was the youngest Soca artiste to grace the stage at the International Soca Monarch Semi Finals (ISM) recently; Aaron Duncan is proving that not only is he ready to transition into senior competitions but that he can compete with some of the Soca industry's most seasoned artistes.

 

Aaron spoke to Cherrylene Lewis about his prospects for Carnival 2017.

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