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And We Have A Brand New Number One!

Bon siman everyone! The title says it all, it’s that time again on our countdown. In addition to receiving his crown at the Festival di Tumba last Friday, Amos Balentin became king of the Skempi Top 40 as well. His winning Tumba “Remente Mane Den SUBT” – a strikingly nostalgicRead More »

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The Skempi Top 40 Is Once Again Busy Busy Busy!

The Skempi Top 40 has been busier than InselAir’s Callcenter these past two weeks. The single “Fall In Love” by the late BechoLize has been hovering in the top spot since last week Monday and a few days later it took “Awoki” under its wing at the number two spot, another BecholizeRead More »

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This Is The Legacy Of BechoLize

Today, on this tragic day we think back on what this young artist has left behind. The good music he made will not be forgotten. Listen to his 5 most played singles on Skempi Gerson Eleonora, Staff Writer Gerson Eleonora (1987) has a passion for writing, whether it be shortRead More »

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New Year New Number One

We’re back Skempi News followers! Took a little break there to bask in the afterglow of the Skempi Caribbean Music Awards, Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, recovery from Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. In the meantime Skempi opened the year 2017 in grand fashion with the online release of theRead More »

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Working Hard Behind The Scenes!

No need to explain what you’re seeing in the picture above, do I? Judging by all the views and likes it got on our Facebook page, many of you are familiar with it. But just in case you’re visiting our Facebook page for the first time today: This is theRead More »

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It’s Getting Close!

The stage is set. The artists are ready. The tuxes and dresses have been bought. The red carpet is practically glimmering already. The Skempi team is firing on all cylinders. The final stage of the countdown has begun, people, and the historic Skempi Caribbean Music Awards is going to exceed all expectationsRead More »

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These Artists Are Dominating the Skempi CMA!

The Best Female Artist of the Year and the Best Male Artist of the Year categories feature some of the most dominant musicians of the Caribbean Music Awards. With the exception of the Most Popular Band of the Year, artists from this group of nominees are featured in every single category.Read More »

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Aïsha Has Company At The Top!

This week we have another overnight sensation in our Top 40. It is none other than one of this year’s premiere presence on the Skempi charts: Rich. His single “Sin Stress” entered the charts and shot right up to number 2 in a matter of days, keeping Aïsha’s “Tempu” (onRead More »

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The Skempi Top 40 Has A Brand New Number One!

It’s getting a little crowded up there at the top of the Skempi Top 40, isn’t it? Well, Caribbean music lovers, this week we have a new member in the Enter-The-Top-40-And-Immediately-Shoot-Up-To-Number-1 club. It is no other than the single “Tempu” by Aisha featuring Rich. It jumped to the top spotRead More »

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Joseph Sickman Corsen Lives On With Skempi!

Have you checked out the top of the Skempi Top 40 lately? You really should. Really. Something amazing has happened up there this week. The Joseph Sickman Corsen composition “Ojos Azules” has shot up to the number one spot. Not entirely impressed by this feat? This composition (composed in theRead More »

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