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    Teddyson John Biography


    Born in Castries, Saint Lucia to a deeply spiritual home, Teddyson John started his musical journey at a young age, nurtured in the church. In 2007 he made a move from Gospel and R & B to Soca, taking his career to another dimension. This move earned him the Groovy Soca Monarch title in 2015 putting him on an international map that made him become a household name, locally, regionally and internationally.

    Skinny Fabulous Biography


    Gamal “Skinny Fabulous” Doyle, five-time St Vincent soca monarch, on the importance of a catchy song, the short lifespan of a hit, and what makes Vincy mas unique — as told to Tracy Assing. I grew up in Lodge Village. All my roots are from the Leeward coast of St Vincent, Chateaubelair. Most of my significant childhood memories are from there, given that every chance my mom had, that’s where we went, to be with family.

    DeeVine Biography


    Three time Award Nominated Versatile singer DeeVine was born in London, raised in Barbados from the age of 6.  After tragically losing her husband, it changed her family life, dramatically, and music was her only answer.  In April 2011, she bursted onto the Soca seen with her powerful caribbean vocals. 

    Champeon Champpezy Biography


    Amidst the onslaught of Groovy Soca songs being released for T&T’s Carnival 2016, Trinidadad-born, South Carolina-based Soca artiste Ronnel Ramirez known to his industry peers as Champeon has brought forward one of the first up-tempo offerings for the season with his new track “Bringin It”.

    Bryan Art Biography


    The name Bryan Art describes a witty songwriter, meticulous producer, renowned guitarist and multifaceted artist specializing in music with a positive message. A graduate of  the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts where he majored in guitar (Caribbean Latin American & Jazz Studies),  Bryan first came to prominence as a guitarist and  touring  member of ...

    Sasha Melody Biography


    Coming from a musical background, Sasha Melody has been singing since the age of 3 years old.  Her parents were born in Guyana, but Sasha is the 1st in her family to be born in the U.S.  In school she was apart of the Monarch High school Choir and took vocal lessons at the Academy of Performing Arts in ...

    Darnella Simmons Biography


    Roy Cape All Stars has a new face and she comes in a pint sized package but packs an impressive punch.  Darnella "Nella" Simmons is the voice behind the ...

    Raymond Ramnarine Biography


    Richard Ramnarine stepped into the music industry at age 12 as the dholak and tabla drummer with his family band, Dil-e-Nadan. He then went on to play percussion instruments. His thirst to take this band to a higher level was overwhelming and Ramnarine was appointed manager, by his father. He works alongside his musical brothers, Rennie and Raymond Ramnarine.

    Vybz Kartel Biography


    Vybz Kartel (born Adidja Palmer, Jan. 7, 1976) is a Jamaican dancehall deejay. He was born at Kingston's Victoria Jubilee Hospital, and was one of six children. Originally from Waterhouse, Kingston, he was raised in the Waterford district in the community Portmore, Jamaica. Adidja attended Calabar High School in Kingston but was expelled as a teenager. Determined to continue his education, he completed his studies at a tutorial technical school.

    Timeka Marshall Biography


    Who would have thought that a simple jingle for a local company would be the start of a music career that seems destined for success? Well that is exactly how young Guyanese singer Timeka Marshall got her break. In 2006 a local telecommunications company staged a competition for their new jingle. Timeka entered and won. This became the springboard for recording her first R&B Single “We Should Separate”, which was released and quickly followed by a music video.
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