Patrice Roberts is a Trinidadian soca artiste who has become a household name in the Caribbean music scene. Born on April 14th, 1986, in Diego Martin, Trinidad and Tobago, Patrice began her musical journey at the tender age of seven when she sang in her school's choir. Her passion for music continued to grow, and she later became a member of the group, Kaiso Showkase.
Patrice rose to fame in 2005 with her hit song "Band of the Year," which earned her the title of "Young Soca Monarch." Since then, she has become one of the most sought-after soca artistes in the Caribbean, known for her infectious beats, soulful voice, and electrifying performances.
Patrice has released numerous hit songs throughout her career, including "A Little Wine," "Old and Grey," and "Like It Hot," which have become anthems for Carnival-goers across the region. She has collaborated with other soca icons such as Machel Montano, Destra Garcia, and Shaggy, to name a few.
In addition to her successful music career, Patrice is also a devoted mother and an advocate for mental health awareness. She has spoken openly about her struggles with anxiety and depression, and has used her platform to raise awareness about the importance of mental health.
Patrice has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including multiple awards for "Female Soca Artiste of the Year" and "International Soca Artiste of the Year." She has also been recognized for her contributions to the soca genre with the prestigious "Order of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago" in 2020.
As she continues to captivate audiences with her electrifying performances and soulful voice, Patrice Roberts remains a true soca queen, an inspiration to many, and a proud ambassador for Trinidad and Tobago.