Kairi People Nouvert

Posted on November 3, 2017

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Dangerous Discounts

Posted on October 3, 2017

About three years ago I started this website, as a place to house my talents and share them with the world.  For the majority of these years I've been in pursuit of a master's degree determined to learn and earn for myself and everyone around me. I've been haunted with business ideas ever since. I've spent most of my life understanding that what others interpret as 'weird' is the catalyst for an uncanny ability to generate complex ...

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A Masquerader’s Rendition – Trinidad Carnival 2017

Posted on March 15, 2017

I think it is safe to say we paid more attention to the bumpers than our cameras. We're still not sure if this is a good thing or not. I guess you be the judge:  Carnival 2017 survived amidst an Island divided between those for and against the festivities. Rightfully so, as Carnival is central to our economic growth and diversification. (A song I sing daily on my facebook.) A collection of colors, creeds, races and nationalit...

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Digital Marketeer Trainee Needed

Posted on March 15, 2017

Core Function Following Instructions in the management of the social media of kensambury.com & its agents. Posting daily at prescribed times using professionally written copy. <Click for a Brief Background of what kensambury.com is>  Responsibilities Post to Instagram Daily  Request or Suggest Ideas for New Content  Execute a publishing schedule Implement a content editorial calendar ...

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Book Now

Posted on February 21, 2017

Sometimes you want a video. That's when you call them.  Sometimes you want something spectacular. That's when you call us.  Book us now by calling +1 (868) 726-4930 or emailing book@kensambury.com.  We have ambitious goals of growing the Carnival industry through making the events we are apart of grow exponentially. We can also work with your existing media person or company or provide a one stop service. We are ...

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Kings and Queens of Soca

Posted on January 31, 2017

"Ken this is probably the best song I have ever written" - the remark that really got my attention. In between the daily casual conversation between Nesta and I, the statement struck me. He played the song and it sounded like a distorted rhythm session with some humming over it. Noticing my lack of astonishment, Nesta explained this was version 1.0 and beneath the hums, real words will soon come. The underlying theme of this story is, to ...

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Barefoot on the Beach

Posted on January 28, 2017

"I feel like they tricked us with the calypso. Like they injected straight in our blood. Now all we want in life is soca!" - GBM Listen, when Ajala Pilgrim sat in that classroom in Lok Jack and said Ken I think I need you to do the video for us at Barefoot on the Beach - I responded "ok nice". When I really thought in my head was, my my, Ajala doesn't even know how serious it is. Visual storytelling of a party -- on the beach? Our speciali...

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December to Remember: Launching EEEmpire into 2017

Posted on December 27, 2016

PS. Click here for a full event recap. For a personal, behind the scenes account read below: Cliche I know. Nevertheless this December was the first event I've planned with over 500 people in two years. In 2015, everything had changed. At the end of the semester I had been accustomed to looking forward to maybe six large parties. I remember events like Cooler Parang, Zen's Christmas Party, Insurance, Dutty Santa, Everything Jouvert, ...

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KING George is here to mash up 2017

Posted on October 21, 2016

"Iwer George doh come to sing chune... he does come to mash up party"  

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Zèle Down the Islands

Posted on October 16, 2016

Saturday Evening. Another weekend which means more parties. This particular Saturday I planned to accompany my friend and personal DJ, DJ Cha Cha to his Down the Island gig. This time, it was an event hosted by a few old school friends, Nariba and Amanda. I'd never been to one of their events, so I was eager to attend and see what it was about. Nariba was adamant that Cha Cha and I get to the cruise on time and when we arrived I understood ...

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