Young Bermuda Singer Earns Festival Prize

August 7, 2014

Terron Webb, a 9-year-old boy born in Bermuda and now living in St. Kitts and Nevis, is following in the footsteps of his grandfather, Bermudian musician Lloyd Williams, ranking as first runner-up in a Junior Calypso competition at the recent Nevis Culturama Festival after performing his song “Youngsters Unite.”

Terron, who also goes by the Calypso name Invincible, began the competition alongside 13 other youths aged 9 through 17, before making the cut to the final eight contestants, eventually being named as taking second place – despite being one of the youngest singers competing.

Listen to Terron’s song “Youngsters Unite”

That placement earned him a prize of $1,500, one year of free internet subscription, and a certificate for his school uniforms.

Angela Williams, Terron’s mother, entered him into the competition as he was always singing in the shower, and she thought he should enter the competition so that everyone could hear his talent.

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  1. PBanks says:

    Well done young fella. Probably need something similar to happen on our shores too.

  2. Jury says:

    WOW I remember when he was born Congrats to the little man. Angela you must be so proud and to his father Terrence Webb.

  3. PBanks says:

    Sorry to double-post, but everybody should take some time to listen to the song as well. It’s really well-written and the message in it is brilliant. I hope it gets regular airplay in Bermuda.

  4. Bigga says:

    Big up yaself Terron…not a calypso fan but I rate the message in your song…keep spreading the positive vibe big mon!

  5. Quinton Berkley Butterfield says:

    Keep it up Invincible!! Hope to be jamming to one of your songs at a future soca show/Cup Match!!

  6. mixitup says:

    I like..

  7. Juneia C. Jeffers says:

    Congratulations Terron. We are proud of you ** Class of ’66 of Prospect Secondary School for Girls. You have a strong heritage from both grandparents. We remember your grandmother “Millie” fondly, as she walked the hallowed ‘windy” halls of our school. We continue to esteem our children and our grandchildren regularly, at our socials and get togethers. Keep up the good work… a strong message in song.

  8. Cavel says:

    Excellent job Terron, can’t believe how good you sound, good message, Angela keep him going, positive vibe for real.

    • Evie says:

      Real positive message and nice vibe I would buy it great voice keep going higher n higher

  9. Jeanne Ann Richardson says:

    Hi Terron!
    Congratulations! Well done!
    I love this song. I play it over an over
    It’s HOT!!!!!

  10. Terron Webb says:

    Thank you everyone, I am glad you like my song.