Soca Monarch Machel Montano is today expected to claim his fourth Road March title in five years.

It will be his seventh overall.

The only real question in relation to the Road March race this year is whether Montano’s hit song “Like ah Boss” can break the record set by Austin “SuperBlue” Lyons in 2013.

In 2013 Lyons’ song “Fantastic Friday” was played a record-breaking 511 times during Carnival Monday and Tuesday.

Montano’s song “Float” placed second that year.

Since his return to Carnival in 2011, Montano has dominated both the Road March and Power Soca Monarch competitions.

Montano, who won his fifth straight Power Soca Monarch competition this year, already has six Road March titles.

He won his first Road March title in 1997 with the song “Big Truck”.

“Don’t try to stop me, I’m a professional”, Montano sings in hit song “Like ah Boss” this year.

It is a warning that his competitors should have heeded.

Since Monday’s mas Montano has been leading the Road March race at the majority of judging points.

It was no different at the Adam Smith Square yesterday.

Judging at Adam Smith Square began around 9.30 a.m. yesterday.

By 1.30 p.m. some 19 bands, comprising five large bands, passed in front the judging point.

The majority played “Like ah Boss” as the tune of choice for their masqueraders.

The only other song which seemed to get some airplay in between “Like ah Boss” was another song from Montano entitled “Party Done”.