Michele Henderson is an award-winning singer-songwriter hailing from the island of Dominica. Drawing on her passion to use her art to inspire others, she penned the song that would go on to become the official anthem of the Caribbean nations.
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Meet the singer who took the Caribbean by storm with her vibrant voice and talent.
“It’s always my goal to actually take the Caribbean to the world.”
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