by Gene Scaramuzzo
As #2 he certainly tries harder.
There is perhaps no artist in T&T who more consistently composes a party masterpiece aimed at the Road March and yet loses time and again, usually placing second.
Best known internationally for his Indian soca success, “Nani Wine,” he has actually been responsible for many huge hits, including
“Ain’t Bong for You” (from 1984), “Drive It” (1988), “Gimme More” (from 1990), and “Penelope/Party Now Start” (from 1992).
Only once, in 1985, did he win the Road March, with “(Suck Me) Soucouyant.” For all-out party soca, any record by Crazy will do.