With various titles and achievements gained throughout his short but accomplished career, he has surpassed all expectations for the development of the soca art form here in the UK and Europe. He is no doubt a household name and his fan base has grown to a level where Triniboi Joocie now hosts his own annual concert - Joocie Unplugged.
Over the past three years, Triniboi Joocie has performed in numerous events and competitions across Europe including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands as well as the Caribbean and recently in the US. Over this period, he has been recognized and acknowledged for his excellence and commitment to the arts, most recently being commissioned as an ambassador for the Notting Hill Carnival. In late 2018, Triniboi Joocie made history performing at the first Boiler Room event to feature soca music at Somerset House, which was streamed to millions around the world.
Triniboi Joocie collaborated with and worked alongside the likes of Jazz legend Courtney Pine and the father of British neo-soul Omar at the ‘Love Supreme Festival’ 2014. Other collaborations include Bay-C of T.O.K, Scrufizzer, Silvastone, Wetty Beatz to name a few.
In addition to this, Triniboi Joocie has taken his expression to schools and universities across the Britain; introducing and showcasing an otherwise unknown genre of music to a wider, possibly untapped audiences. Seen as a cultural ambassador throughout the European Soca Scene, Triniboi Joocie was awarded for his contributions to West Indian culture and his accomplishments to date by the LNHCET - (London Nottinghill Carnival Enterprise Trust).
Triniboi Joocie is a marketable brand; due to the astounding talent, diversity, passion and energy this artist brings to every performance/project – captivating any audience and bringing them to a euphoric state. His ultimate goals are to take Soca, the genre, to mainstream levels throughout Europe and expanding on the brand which is Triniboi Joocie (youth, culture and quality).