Most people strive to be number one, but Nesta Boxill is ok with being the “Sekon Sta” in his family. Sekon Sta is the son of Calypsonian Dennis Franklyn “Merchant” Williams. Williams brought hits like “Caribbean Connection” and “Rock It” among many other songs. His success inspired Sekon Sta to reach to the top. Who could forget his sweet tune “The best” on the Kan Kan Riddim, or “Night Shift” on the Set Good Riddim? Sekon Sta has been singing since 2001.
In 2005 he was the youngest person to make it to the International Groovy Soca Monarch competition in Trinidad at the age of 15. One would identify Sekon Sta as not only a great singer and remarkable stage performer but also as an exceptional writer. In the past he’s written for artist like: Kerwin Dubois, Patrice Roberts, Nadia Batson, Lil Rick and 5 Star Akil. He also wrote King Bubba’s “Who drinking Rum.” His writing and passion for success has driven him to the top for 2017.
Sekon sta permeates energy and it shows in his song “Kings and Queens.” “Kings and Queens” produced by Mega Mick written by Sekon Sta and Preedy, has picked up and gained the hearts of many. The colorful video shows the true beauty and essence of Trinidad and Tobago. He’s a humble youth who thought at age 21 he would never make it into music. A few years later his hard work and dedication has made him a name to remember. You can check out “Kings and Queens”on our You Tube page.
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