← People to Know (Caribbean) Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All The Mighty Sparrow - Wrote politically charged songs The Birdie is the unrivaled Calypso King of the World, with a career that spans over 40 years and counting. This artist par excellence has earned his rightful place as "King of the Calypso World" by defeating every other competitor/pretender to his throne. He has entertained audiences across the glob Ophie and The Websites Traditional ensemble consisting only of accordion, saw, and drum, and their set highlights many of the traditional tunes that Bahamians associate with rake 'n' scrape. Rather than being accompanied by quadrille dancing, the quadrille is being taught and danced. Mothers are teaching daughters, grandchildren are copying their elders. George Symonette Goombay musician who profited from tourism. He sang original songs, traditional tunes, and calypsos. Well known for "Love Alone". Lord Caresser Known for "Edward VIII", which generated a huge amount of publicity and arguably contributed to at least in part, to the increased popularity and visibility of calypso in the United States during the 1940's and 1950's. Lord Invader a prominent calypsonian with a very distinctive, gravelly voice. He was born in San Fernando, Trinidad. Invader became active in calypso in the mid-1930s. He wrote many calypsos; his most famous lyrics, "Rum and Coca-Cola", were plagiarised by Morey Amsterdam and became a hit for the Andrews Sisters. Invader travelled to New York and sued, eventually winning compensation, although the final settlement allowed Amsterdam to retain his copyright.