Charlestown, Nevis: Real name: Terron Webbe
Sobriquet: King Invincible
The quietly spoken super star of Junior Calypso, in the federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, faced the media earlier this week. Invincible recently returned from the United Kingdom, where he thrilled audiences at the Manchester and Leeds’ carnivals.
Invincible explained that it was a trip arranged and paid for, through his adoring mom, Angela Williams, but that Antonio Abonatty Liburd of the Culturama Secretariat, made contacts with the organizers of the Leeds and Manchester carnivals, respectively and a video of one of his previous performances was requested by the organizers and then he got the green light to perform at the two separate events.
At the Manchester carnival, he performed during the intermission of the street parade and noted that the huge audience showed tremendous approval for his rendition of the song ‘Change the thinking
At the Leeds carnival, where he had even bigger support, because of the heavy St. Kitts and Nevis population there, he performed two songs, during the King and Queen show and received rapturous ovations.
He was very happy for the exposure and opines that it will hold him in good stead, as he continues to thrive in the field of Calypso.
Going forward, Invincible, who is just 14, is preparing to defend his crown at the junior level in the St. Kitts national carnival, in December, a crown which he has won four times he plans to make it a fifth title.
Then of course, he still has a number of years at the junior level in the Nevis Culturama Junior Calypso show and having already completed a three peat, plans to continue counting, for some time into the distant future.
Meantime and in between time, he knows the value of academics and as he goes into third form in this new term, he also plans to be as hard working and dedicated to the task.
While in the United Kingdom, Invincible, who is also an aspiring cricketer, got involved in a Cricket camp in Leicester, through the workings of his granddad and picked up over 20 wickets, during the three weeks of matches, with his wrist spinners.
He has set the bar high. When he would have completed his studies, he wants to become a professional cricketer and a professional singer.
He thanks his mom and very supportive family and King Hero out of Montserrat, who has helped with song writing for a number of years, for his success thus far.