Apart from performing locally, Keishaun enjoys traveling and sharing his talent on the National Instrument with the world. Keishaun Julien has represented Trinidad and Tobago in countries such as Belize, Belgium, Canada, France, Mexico, Japan, and the United States to name a few. It is worth to mention that Keishaun also has an international reach via his YouTube channel which has approximately 9,000 subscribers and over 1 million cumulative views on his steelpan covers. His ability to create a such stable YouTube fanbase is something that very few steelpan musicians have been able to accomplish.
Keishaun recently completed his BA in Musical Arts at the University of the West Indies graduating with honors and would make his Panorama debut as co-arranger for Alpha Pan Pioneers from Tobago. Keishaun admires steelpan musicians such as Duvone Stewart, Liam Teague, and Len “Boogsie” Sharpe and aspires to be remembered for his notable contribution to the arts in Trinidad, Tobago, and the world by extension.