Rising star Trinity Clarke (right) and her mother kareen Clarke, shortly after they arrived home on Tuesday, following Trinity’s tour of US cities.
Young Barbadian star Trinity Clarke still rising
YOUNG rising star Trinity Clarke touched down at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) on Tuesday, following a revolutionary tour of cities in the United States, where she performed at churches.
Clarke, who was accompanied on the tour by her mother, prominent Barbadian songstress, Kareen Clarke, told the members of the media who awaited her arrival at the GAIA, that she spent her time during the tour introducing and re-introducing spouge music to the diaspora and the world with her titled track “God is Good” which was well-received.
“It was a good experience, I just enjoyed my time,” Clarke said, pointing out that in addition to her performances she engaged in fun activities.
The 2017 Richard Stoute Teen Talent winner said she had such a good time travelling to Maryland, Boston, New Jersey, Atlanta and New York, that while the 2018 to 2019 school year resumes in Barbados next week, she would prefer to go on another tour.
Meanwhile, Clarke’s mother and manager who declared that she is extremely proud of her daughter’s achievement, said she particular pleased that that the Mayor of the city Plainfield New Jersey, Adrian O Mapp, proclaimed Sunday August 19, 2018, as a day of recognition and celebration for Clarke who also received the keys to Plainfield.
“She was very well-received. She was absolutely well-received because of her youthfulness and her age, and of course her amazing talent and God-given ability. We made some contacts and we are doing some networking, but for now, the goal is to work on Trinity’s album to release next year,” the mother said, noting that she is mindful that her daughter is still young and seeking to find her way in the industry.
The manager said once her daughter’s album is released, Clarke who was privileged to perform for Rihanna, on Independence Day last year, will be hosting a concert.
The tour was organised by Julia Robinson, a Barbadian living in the United States who is the founder of Robinson Smiles Hope Foundation Inc., a Non-Profit Organization which seeks to put a smile on children faces and give them hope of a better life. (AH)