Wednesday, 14 February 2018 11:53

Calypso Monarch Helon Francis Credits Family With Success

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The 2018 National Calypso Monarch, Helon Francis, says without his family he might not have been where he is today.

He says they have played an important role in his career.

The 24 year old was speaking on CTV' s Get Wired Programme on Ash Wednesday.

Mr. Francis said he never envisioned being a calypsonian, far less winning, but he said calypso picked him.

Mr. Francis, a recent graduate of the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) Fine Arts Programme, won the Calypso crown with his song "Change."

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