On November 27th, 2010 Trinidad and Tobago's National Academy for the Performing Arts [NAPA] welcomes the International Soca Awards [ISA].

Since MARGI was so DRUNK AND DISORDERLY, policeman picked up the TEMPO, running after her and finding her next to the SOCA BAPTIST who was actually hiding from the SOUCOYANT, which was really after the HOT HOT HOT BAHIA GIRL. Too much FIRE IN DE BACKSEAT to pass up such sweet new blood to suck, if only there was not so much chaos....

Only in the Caribbean could a scene so chaotic, hilarious, and creative be conjured by natives. It sounds like a folk tale straight out of a book that may even end up as a play on stage, that could possibly be a touring production through the Caribbean. Or maybe...it is just a few titles to some of the Road March hits, Calypso Monarch songs and party favorites of the 1970's and 1980's. Look again, it is the Lord Kitchener, the Mighty Sparrow, Miss Ma Rose, Blue Boy no longer boy but SUPER, the one they call Crazy, Arrow, David Rudder, and swallow. You put their lyrics together and you get the grand music of two decades of sweet, sweet Calypso music.

The International Soca Music Awards [ISA] is honoring the music of the 70's and 80's and will take a step back in time in the most modern, grandest halls of the Caribbean, the National Academy for the Performing Arts [NAPA], right in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. The ISA is an award show produced by the Soca Awards Organization on the premise that the Soca music should be highlighted, regarded as a rhythmic essence in inspiring, cultural form, and presented to the world in a classical manner. The award show takes place annually, and this year, Trinidad and Tobago welcomes the ceremony.