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Chaika Rises Above The Pack!

This past weekend the top of the Skempi Top 40 received a feminine touch in the form of Chaika Danoutah’s smash hit “Beleng(Radio Edit)”. The last time a female artist topped the Skempi charts was four months ago, when the feat was accomplished by Naomi Silvanie. Chaika has now shakenRead More »

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O.N.E. At Number One!

The top echelon of the Skempi Top 40 has recently experienced a near complete recasting. The no.1 spot has namely been invaded by O.N.E., Curaçao’s newest All Around Caribbean band which features the talents of Dibo D, Cizzle, Harvey Isidora, Johnny Blaze and Gilmar Fraites. They were able to shakeRead More »

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Gentz Stays Ahead Of Competition For Another Week!

Curaçaoan uber-band Gentz retains its position atop the Skempi Top 40 mountain peak for another week, an admirable feat in the high velocity game of chart-musical chairs being played at the top in recent weeks. Their smash “Kruel” enters the week still at No.1 with Claudius Philips’ single “Cuanto MiRead More »

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This Week In Skempi Top 40 News…

This week’s Skempi chart tabulation is once again home to interesting developments as the revolving door at No. 1 continues to turn. This time around the high turnover favors another staple of the Skempi Top 40: Gentz. Their latest smash “Kruel” pretty much cruised its way to the top atRead More »

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Claudius Philips Atop The Skempi Top 40!

Over the weekend the scenery at the summit of the Skempi Top 40 charts received some vintage landscaping. The Aruban legend Claudius Philips has taken over the number one spot with his melodiously tender classic “Cuanto Mi Stimabu”, in so doing he actually achieved the very impressive feat of knockingRead More »

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Go Ahead And Guess Who’s Number One Again

Didn’t guess who yet? Here it is: Menasa. Why wasn’t that stated with more enthusiasm? Well, it’s kind of become a routine recurrence on the Skempi Top 40 the last couple of weeks. I mean, you don’t shout from the mountain tops that you put your socks on today, doRead More »

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Skempi Wishes You A Happy Flag Day!

On this Sunday Skempi wishes the entire island of Curaçao a happy “Dia di Bandera” (Flag Day). Ever since the adoption of our national flag on this day 34 years ago, the annual commemoration has become an epitome of street fairs, delicious food and folkloric celebrations. Skempi celebrates with theRead More »

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ORI Tops The Skempi Top 40 For The Second Time!

And we have yet another new number one on the Skempi Top 40, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, ORI has sparked himself to the top of our charts with his new single “Koriente”, the second time a single of his has ever done so. And in the process he has skippedRead More »

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And Menasa Strikes Again!

And Menasa has once again swooped in on the Skempi Top 40 crown like a hawk diving in full force on an unsuspecting mouse in the woods. Forgive the somewhat morbid analogy but it is somewhat fitting considering that it can now be stated without question that this magnetic DJ/producerRead More »

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Skempi Wishes You A Happy Father’s Day!

Today we at Skempi celebrate the Caribbean fathers that have given their all, made sacrifices and set examples for their sons and daughters. The ones that take their children to the beach on Sundays, teach them right from wrong and keep them out of harm’s way. And to commemorate thisRead More »

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