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In an industry as fickle as life itself, few have what it takes to endure and make it to the top. It’s a fine balance of networking and talent, which when combined can make or break an artist in today’s music industry. One such artist who has endured the rigors of the rat-race is Sharon Brooks.
Our focus on young and upcoming artistes in the area of Music, Theatre and Dance continues.
We welcome to our Entertainment Feature column Ramir "Yung Prez" Griffith.
"Yung Prez" says he always had a love for music.
The young and determined are coming forward with a level of will power to succeed in the soca industry than ever before seen.
Trinidad and Tobago and the world is being advised to get ready for the penetration of a young Siparia native who’s just about ready to turn things up in a very dramatic way. Khiry Flemming is 17 years old and he’s about to strike.
Born in the historic parish of St. Patrick in the northern part of Grenada to the first female calypso monarch - Cynthia Ogiste “Lady Cinty,” and Thompson Ogiste, are two (2) of Grenada’s most promising Soca artistes - Kellon and Kelson Ogiste, known in the Soca Arena as: Luni Spark and Electrify respectively.
Growing up in a quiet and humble environment in an atmosphere that breeds Soca and Calypso music, the brothers acquired an appreciation and love for the art form.
Women continue to make their mark in the caribbean in all talents. Music, Dance, Theatre showing the world that we can make anything work for us.
One name that stands out in the Caribbean is Claudette “CP” Peters. Whatsupcaribbean want to take time out to recognize her contribution.
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Whatsupcaribbean is pleased to bring to you another Vincentian talent Danet Dennie "De Diva"
Danet Dennie “De Diva” was born on December 13th,1989 in the beautiful fishing Village of Barrouallie .Ever since she was a child, she had a passion for music and was quite sure that she wanted to be a singer.
Whatsupcaribbean salutes upcoming artistes in the Caribbean and will this week take time out to· big up Nicha Calandra ‘Nicha B’ Byron.
Whatsupcaribbean feels obligated to making the voices of the regional artistes be heard.
Their songs and music must become so famous and the demand must increase. We need you to experience them and in so doing spread the word.
Jah humble servant Qshan Deya’ born Kellis Quashie of Sugar Hill, Union Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Whatsupcaribbean continue to search the region for talent and to bring them to you.
Shane ‘Lawless’ Howell AND Chanz Christian Davis are two talented Trinidadians who have joined forces to bring to you "Girls".
The cadre of local entertainers is growing daily. Out of a thirst to create and be heard, two young men are honing their craft, even amid the hype of their brand new dancehall/ R&B release, “Girls.”
Whatsupcaribbean would like to take you to the twin island paradise of St.Kitts and Nevis to meet a powerful reggae artiste.
Masud Sadiki is WhatsUpCaribbean's featured artiste for this week, briging to this page and to the caribbean everything that is positive and great about reggae music.
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