Video: Terron Webb Wins Competition In St Kitts

December 28, 2015

Terron Webb, who lives in St. Kitts and Nevis, has won the Jr. Calypso Competition in the St. Kitts National Carnival with his song ‘Youngster’s Unite,’ coming out on top after competing with five finalists.

The young performer also competed in Nevis last year and was ranked first runner up, but had to wait until he was 10-years-old to compete in the St. Kitts competition.

While last year’s placement earned him a prize of $1,500, one year of free internet subscription, and a certificate for his school uniforms, this year’s first place finish saw Terron go home with $2,000, one year of free internet, a cell phone, schools supplies, and school uniform certificate.

Angela Williams, Terron’s mother, said, “There were some Bermudians visiting St. Kitts at the time who came out to support; they made sure their presence was known with their loud cheers of support for Terron.”

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  1. Widget says:

    Terron. Congratulations but did I detect a Jamaican accent there yuno.

    • Cavel says:

      @ Widget, he is Bermudian but has lived in St. Kitts and Nevis since he was a baby, of course he would have an accent, not all Caribbean accents are Jamaican.

  2. Very good future young man,and the lirics fitting fir today’s society. The Island of most African Bermudian ancestry. VERY PROUD

  3. Cavel says:

    Excellent job Terron, you look like you can take on the big people soon. Keep up the good work, we are proud of you.

  4. BornB says:

    Awesome Terron!!! Well done. Great stage presence… you’re going places young man