“The foot-stomping One Hand Don't Clap deserves a round of applause”
– Hollywood Reporter
Grandmaster Lord Kitchener and Calypso Rose, the first woman to break through in a traditionally male arena, revel in the infectious rhythms and exhilarating irreverence of calypso/soca music. The legendary artists lead audiences from New York recording studios to the awesome magic of Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago. There, the festivities culminate with the fiercely contested annual competition between top calypso singers. A star is born when newcomer David Rudder wins the title of Monarch of the Year.
Pan in A Minor
Lord Kitchener switches to the minor chord to compose an inimitable tribute to pan, the steeldrum.
Rose belts out against a no-good husband in a hot and spicy commentary on household politics.