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PARANG is also a tradition on Carriacou, part of the trini®®® island state of Grenada. Parang on carriacou is a mixture of calypso and social comment usually regarding local news, politicians but more usually the goings on on the island . parang because the comment can be cutting! but is usually good natured. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:16, 19 December 2008 (UTC)

Query on sorrel ambiguityEdit

When parranderos are given sorrel, is it the leaf vegetable sorrel, the hibiscus relative known as Roselle or Jamaican sorrel, the hibiscus tea mentioned in the Sorrel (disambiguation), or something else?–Dan Hoeytalk 16:34, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

Improvement neededEdit

There is very minimal history in this article if any substancial at all. To me it sounds like a Venezuelean genre simply created in Trinidad & Tobago, which continues to be enjoyed in that country and thus deratives and fusions of it were later created. However, it appears similar to how salsa music was alledgely birthed in the US but is a Cuban genre. We just need more information on this. Savvyjack23 (talk) 04:25, 9 May 2016 (UTC)