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Chasing the crown


We are getting down to the wire of the preliminaries of the Richard Stoute Teen Talent Contest. The sixth bowls off this Sunday at the Plantation Garden Theatre.

Contestants have rehearsed, they are in fine voice and excited by the chance to be crowned the next winner of the 36 th edition of the competition. Many top Barbadian artists have passed through the hallowed halls of the Teen Talent and patrons should turn out in their numbers to witness the future of the Barbados music industry.

Among those prepared to mesmerise the audience with the voice are:


Malik Stuart — I want You Back and Forget You

Jada Colucci — Set Fire To The Rain and When I Look At You


David Howard — I Won’t Give Up and It’s Not That Easy

Jonathan Jeffery — Heart Attack and So High

Erica Best — Jesus Take The Wheel and Colour Of The Wind

Jamina Smith — Best Thing I Never Had and The Climb

Shantha Bowin — Halo and When You Kiss Me

Tasha Mathurin —

Janaeli Harding — Edge Of Glory and Pyramid

Kibibi Greenidge — Out On A Limb and Emotional Roller Coaster

Donette Anthony — A Million Miles Away and How Do I Live

Over 21:

Richmond Reid — Lady Love and Practise What You Preach

Tasha Seale — Saving Forever For You and Foolish Games

Angelo Beckles — Imagine and Bridge Over Troubled Water

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