Meet Indra


indra is an author, singer-songwriter, and blogger from Barbados.

She has written several songs and recorded over 1,000 background vocals and voice-overs for noted Caribbean artists, studios, advertising agencies and businesses.

With songs like, ‘Take Time To Give Love, ‘ ‘For The Brave,’ ‘Mueva,’ and ‘It’s A New Day,’ Indra’s music is refreshing and the message of hope and perseverance resonates through the songs she pens.

The travel and language fan attended M.I.D.E.M, S.X.S.W, W.O.M.E.X, W.S.I.S, C.M.E/U.N.E.S.C.O and C.O.S.C.A.P‘s ‘Women In Music‘ seminar, and was invited to be a panellist for HoneyJam Barbados‘ songwriting workshops in 2016 and 2019.

Indra’s music is featured in commercials and 2 award-winning indie films, ‘Once Upon A Time In Ichirouganaim‘ and ‘A Caribbean Dream’ and her flagship song, ‘Sweet Jamaica‘ was originally recorded by Mr. Vegas then with him, Shaggy and Josey Wales followed by an all-star Jamaican cast and as ‘Sweet Lamoka‘ by Mtu Wangu Lamo from Kenya. She enjoys composing songs for stories and working with creative teams through consultancy services.

She helps artists fine-tune their voice, features creative women on Joy within podcast and blog and manages her music publishing business.

She sings at milestone events in and beyond Barbados. The avid nature girl has travelled to 20+ destinations and now makes a point of sharing pics and videos from outdoor adventures around Barbados with her online community.

Songwriting on the charts: #1 MTV Africa, #1 German reggae charts, #1 BBC 1Xtra, #5 U.K reggae charts, #5 David Rodigan's 'Hot Hits', #7 Billboard reggae and nominated as Best Inspirational/Gospel at the B.M.As. | First 2 albums produced by Eddy Grant (C.E.O of Ice Records Ltd. and mentor)

solo onstage features include:

  • The Cliff
  • Sandy Lane Resort
  • Ringbang Music & Arts Festival
  • The Frank Collymore Hall
  • Barbados Celtic Festival
  • The House
  • Reggae On The Hill | Barbados Digicel Reggae Festival
  • From Inside The Circle
  • City Nights
  • Surfer’s Bay

and at weddings, anniversaries, a book launch, an orphanage, an art gallery opening, a prison, and national parks.