Composer Stanley Clementina debuts his first album with single and music video ‘Kulpami Numa’ featuring MuisjeMuis. The talented curacaoan composer and singer Stanley Clementina expands his musical horizons with a
Vienna, Austria UPDATE: They made the finals!!! ENGLISH The Curaçaon singer Tamara Nivillac graced the red carpet in Vienna together with a delegation from Azerbaijan for the 2015 Eurovision Song
PART 1 (English translation coming soon) This song is too controversial not to reach out to him now! The dangerous undercurrent of this alleged ‘teclado de guerra’ between Haiti and the
Looking back at another edition of Paradise World, where EDM met Caribbean rhythms, the budding festival with its ambitious organizers, who one day hope to rival the Curaçao North Sea
Come experience the first Mobile gaming APP in Curaçao and get a chance to win amazing prizes. Special performances by Enmeris, Basic One and Area 51, DJ Carlito and MC
NEW MUSIC! – ‘BON VIBE’- Remix by Mr Dirty Dutch DJ Chuckie and NutzBeatz is ready for release this week! HOTNESS!
The track ‘BON VIBE’ created by producer and vocalist Jeon (Jonathan Thiel) from Aruba and Ataniro (Janiro Eisden) known from the group Basic One (Aruba) remixed by Seven (Aruba) and Dj Speedy (Aruba). The remix
“Diplo & Skrillex” to perform at ParadiseWorld in Curaçao: A complete music festival & conference experience in the Dutch Caribbean. December 17th-21st. ParadiseWorld is back in the beautiful Caribbean island of
Selwyn De Wind interviews DJ Diplo who will be featured together with DJ Skrillex at the Paradiseworld Music festival/conference<—(link to event )style event in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. For more information check out Selwyn’s
Garrick Marchena is a Visual-Artist/Graphic-Designer living on the island of Curaçao in the Dutch Caribbean.
Cover of A Bed of Lies ( by Nicki Minaj ) POPiamentu style by Tamara Nivillac and QD El Mago (Area 51)
“POPiamentu” is a project we started a few years ago on the island of Curacao, translating well-known pop songs into (my native language) “Papiamentu”. By doing this we try to