Renegades Calypso Tent Organizer Responds To Pat Aaron’s Comment On New Camp
One of the founders of the newly formed Renegades Calypso Tent, Mr. Narrin Murphy is dissatisfied, about comments made by the founder of Showdown Mas Camp, Mr. Pat Aaron as it relates to the new camp.
In a recently published online article, Mr. Aaron was quoted saying, “A flying bird pays no mind to barking dogs and as far as Mas Camp goes, this has no negative impact on us,” referring to former members of his camp, Peter Prosper, Narrin “Trendsetter” Murphy, Dexter “De Rose” Peltier and Marlon Giraudel.
Mr. Murphy said, “It’s very regrettable that artistes who work so very close to Mr. Aaron had to be referred to in such derogatory terms.”
He went on to say he does not have any problems with Mr. Aaron, stating that is song title “Part Payment’ is not about Mr. Aaron and is in fact spelt p-a-r-t.
As it relates to working with the song writer and promoter in the future, the calypsonian says knowing the character of the individual, he would not say not however, he would not “bet his life on it” at this point.
According to Mr. Murphy he had initially decided to link with Mr. Aaron to improve on his song writing and hopefully continue the writer’s legacy through his own writing and techniques gained.
In 2011, Mr. Murphy made it through to the semi-finals with his song entitled “Ready-Made Jacket”.