quote by Eric Bristow

I've got a nice little crafty deal with the people in Barbados; 10 days out there teaching the locals how to play darts for an hour a day. Get paid for that as well.

— Eric Bristow

Terrific Barbados quotations

Anything that feels familiar and comfortable [is home].

It's wherever I feel safe and safest. Most of the time, that's just Barbados. It's warm, it's beautiful, it's the beach, it's my family, it's the food, it's the music. Everything feels familiar, feels right and feels safe. So, Barbados is home for me.

While in America beautiful is skinny, in Barbados it's thick - girls with huge butts and nice curves.

I would have never dreamed that my career would be this successful.

I grew up in an average home in Barbados, and we didn't live in the best neighborhood. But I was never aware that we were poor; my mom never made us feel that way. She loved me unconditionally. She made us feel anything was possible and instilled in me such confidence.

Banks' beer. There's nothing like it! To Brazil. And to Barbados justice.

Dancing was always part of my culture growing up in Barbados.

When I shot my 1st video I worked really hard with my choreographer to perfect the routines.

My mother's mother is Jewish and African, so I guess that would be considered Creole. My mother's father was Cherokee Indian and something else. My dad's mother's Puerto Rican and black, and his father was from Barbados.

I want to drive! I love to drive! I drive at home in Barbados.

I love Barbados, it's really relaxing.

And, of course, Barbados is the other place where I like to be.

I'd say my sound's really rooted in Jamaica and Barbados heritage , infused with just me growing up in Brooklyn, really, and being an American kid.

I wouldn't compare my sound on the mixtape to anything, but my influences are like - the minimal amount of hip-hop that I actually do know - because I didn't grow up listening to hip-hop like that. No one really put me on to hip-hop like that... My dad's from Jamaica and my mom is from Barbados, so that's really the stuff I grew up listening to.

I grew up in Birmingham, but my parents are originally from Barbados.

My dad, Romeo, was a long-distance lorry driver, and my mother, Mayleen, worked in catering.