All posts in Artists & Entertainers

Photo by Marlon Rouse.

A Story about Sean and Wendy: A Filmmaker’s First Time

Film festivals conjure the image of actors, filmmakers, and ‘artsy’ folk patting each other on the back about how great their work is, while photographers snap their animated conversations, and […]

Kathy and Karen Norman of K2K.

K2K: Fashion, Mas and Philanthropy

“A breath of fresh air.” That was the phrase that numerous people used over and over, when I spoke to them after K2K’s launch of their 2013 Carnival presentation, “The […]


Keegan Simon: 1 Mysterious Individual

Who is Keegan Simon? That is the big question. Chances are, you’ve seen him around, at an event or two, or at those spots where the young, innovative crowd tend […]


Anointed Fusion: SOS is More than Music

This isn’t one of those groups that you hear at every Sunday morning worship service. In fact, this band is neither traditional, nor are they quick to stick to one […]

John John (John Francis)

John John: Cita’s Grandson does Soul

Growing up, everyone had their own experience with music, whether it was by learning to play the piano in primary school, playing pan in secondary school, or simply drumming on […]


Baidawi: Detnating Beats and Sounds

Deejaying since age 13, in 1989, Baidawi Assing has attached himself to music in much the same way that the treble and clef can’t be removed from a score of […]


Modupe Onilu: The Power of Percussion

He is the reason why you can sink your teeth down to the very bone and marrow of a live performance, and enjoy the succulent flavour that oozes through your […]


Tracey Chan: Diverting Art’s Direction

What people would dub as starting over might actually be a simple diversion. For multimedia visual artist Tracey Chan, 30, that diversion meant leaving the world of the 8 to […]


Ozy Merrique: Rollin with Art

Okay, question: Who among you could remember the days of the Kiskadee Karavan (circa 1995)? The days of Yard Fowl Crew, General Grant, Kindred, Edu Rankin, and Supa Chile, among […]


Hybrid Theory: Design Innovators

You know the saying, “behind every man is a good woman”? Well, behind Dave Cooper, multi-talented, creative genius, is Stephanie Khan – former BWIA attendant, turned business partner and fiancée. […]

Remy Yearwood

RemBunction: Music, Life and Motion

Listening to the music of Roland Edward Marc Yearwood, aka the artiste known as RemBunction, and affectionately called Remy, it’s obvious that he’s a versatile artiste From his popular, cheerful […]


Collis Duranty: He’s Got Unlimited Soul

Singers who really touch us with their music do so because we sense their passion, and that this is more than a show. We realise that it is an offering […]


Gary Acosta: Uncut and Unplugged

Two years ago, watching Gary Acosta perform at the local, spoken word mecca, “One Mic” in San Fernando, it was immediately apparent that he was a talented orator. He showed […]


Etienne Charles: Jazzy and Original

Imagine the scene. Etienne Charles is at Dulles Airport (Virginia, USA), glued to his iPhone. He’s heading to London for a concert, PanJazz UK. I email him some questions, and […]