With an undeniable voice that echoes versatility, this Soca Queen easily transitions between genres, from the smooth tempos of R&B to the commanding rhythm and strength of soca. Add her explosive presence on stage and you've got, in a petite frame, a powerful voice that delivers dynamic and unforgettable performances.
In 2004, she grabbed and held the soca world with her hit single, Something's Got a Hold on Me and has since kept the soca arena in her grasp with one hit after another every year. Since then she's been leaving her mark on the Caribbean and International markets with hits such as, All I Know, Make Wave, Bring it On, Carnival Day, Jumping Away, For Carnival, Still in Love, Best Friend and most recently, Madd, Dung Dae and Still Jammin. In fact, her hit single, All I Know has topped several DJ Charts throughout Europe.
A phenomenal force on stage, leaving her audience in a frenzy with each performance, CP has taken her talent to New York, Miami, Atlanta, England, Dominica, St. Croix, Trinidad, and other islands. She's also shared the stage with other soca giants such as Destra Garcia and Soca King Machel Montano, with whom she'd done a collaboration; along with dancehall giants Tanya Stephens and Beenie Man.
Receiving accolades for the strides she's made on the soca scene, in 2005 she was awarded "Best Female Artiste" and "Song of the Year" at the Annual National Vibes Star Project Award in Antigua and Barbuda; also in 2005, she was dubbed "Best Soca Artist" by the Twilight Soca Awards. The following year she capped the title of "Best New Female Soca Artist of the Year" at the 2006 International Soca Awards held in New York.
A household name in her native Caribbean island, CP remains humble and grounded sharing her time between family the studio, performance and charity work. A soft spot for children with disabilities, for the last four years, she's been working with the Adele School, an institution for Special Needs children on the island. Additionally, she annually hosts special events just for children of all ages.
Noting her talent and charisma, CP became the Antiguan face and spokeswoman for the Caribbean mobile giant Digicel in 2005. Gracing the media and billboards for just over three years the franchise even sponsored the production of her music video Jumping Away. The following year, she was honoured on a national level when she was awarded title of "Order of the Most Princely Heritage (OH)" by Antigua's Governor General under leadership from the Queen of England. As such, she continues to be an ambassador to her Caribbean twin-island state.
In 2011, marking the centenary celebration of International Women's Day, the Institute for Gender & Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus selected CP to receive an award. A predominantly male arena, the committee honoured women across the region who have made contributions to the Caribbean music forms. In their release, CP was chosen for her "popularity and changing face of Caribbean music."
In 2011, CP became the first artiste signed to The Marketing Machine - an agency spearheaded by Marketing Manager Chalita Rose and Music Producer Herbert "Burga" Joseph. Taking the Soca Queen to another level, she is now backed by a complete team dedicated to a vision of taking this phenomenal talent to each corner of the world.