Along with his ultra-sweet vocals and lyrics that talk about love and topical politics, Mighty Sparrow (delivered Slinger Francisco) increased towards the upper echelon of Trinidadian calypso. Most widely known for his strikes “Jean and Dinah” in 1956 and “Carnival Boycott” in 1957, Sparrow can be an 11-period champion from the calypso monarchy and an eight-time champion of Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival Street March competition. Given birth to to an unhealthy working-class family members in Gran Roi, a little fishing town in Grenada, Sparrow relocated to Trinidad at age one. Understanding how to sing within the boy’s choir of St. Patrick’s Catholic Chapel, he became the top choirboy. At age 14, he created a steel music group to perform in the Carnival, sparking his desire for calypso. Teaching himself to try out guitar, Sparrow started to create his own tunes. Being successful the Carnival competition with “Jean and Dinah,” he received a grand reward of 40 dollars. In protest, he published a scorching indictment from the Trinidadian music market, “Carnival Boycott.” Despite his refusal to compete within the Carnival contests for another 3 years, Sparrow became among the Caribbean’s most effective artists.