Born in Point Fortin, South Trinidad. Composer, Singer, Entrepreneur and now owner of the Radio Station 91.1 FM - with offices in Point Fortin, Tobago and a spanking glass building on Maraval Road, Newtown, Port-of-Spain.
Faye-Ann Lyons was born in 1980 in Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago.
Faye-Ann began her singing career back in 2000.
Faye-Ann is currently with the Asylum band together with husband and bandleader Bunji Garlin.
As a child, McIntosh was very much influenced by his father who was a musical arranger. “He was a very prominent musical arranger for most of the artists in Trinidad during the 1960’s onwards. He got me involved in music at the tender age of seven. I started off playing percussion in the calypso tents.”
Rikki Jai is an Trinidadian chutney-soca artiste. He was born Samraj Jaimungal, the fifth child in an East Indian family of six in Friendship Village, San Fernando, Trinidad. Raised in the Hindu faith by a mother who spoke Hindi, Jai discovered a love of music and began performing with local Indian bands Triveni and Naya Andaz.
Red Plastic Bag aka 'RPB' or merely 'Bag' (real name Stedson Wiltshire) is a calypsonian from Barbados. He has won the Barbadian calypso monarch competition several times. Hailing from the eastern, rural Barbadian parish of St. Philip, RPB became one of few performers from that region in the island to make it.
One of the leading Soca bands in Antigua. The name comes from Little (L/EL) Antigua (A) Crew (Kru). Members include, Tanzania "Tizzy" Sebastian, Lincoln “Blade” Stanislaus Jr., Rohan “Sylky” Hector, Glenroy “Zamba” Richards.