Patrice Roberts

Patrice Roberts

Patrice Roberts Is Female Soca Artist Of The Year

Written by: Lesandra Scott

Patrice again!

Caribbean Entertainment Hub has joined the Soca Source in labeling Patrice Roberts the “Female Artist of The Year”. According to the Instagram soca platform, she has been in the top 10 in almost 60 countries and was listened to in over 145 countries around the world.

The Criminal Wine artiste has had herself quite a year which included live performances throughout the US and has been successful on several riddims. Riddims we’ve heard her on throughout the year would be the Coconut Leaf riddim which she rides with Nadia Batson and Lyrikal; the Big Joy riddim where she’s joined by Problem Child and the Queendom riddim, which she rides alongside Alison Hinds and other acts.

The song of hers that’s been dominating the airwaves as much as her 2020 release, Tender, is her collaboration with Ricardo Drue, ‘Toxic Love’ on the Cabana riddim.  The single, which sits at over 2.4 million views on YouTube, was released on Valentine’s Day and swiftly became a chant! What also contributes to her being crowned “Artist of The Year” is her performance on Spotify. On this music streaming platform, at the end of 2021, for the year, she had amassed 7.7 million streams and had 696K listeners in 176 countries.

Stunned by her 2021 performance or simply a Patrice Roberts fan, you can catch her in her latest release, “Mind My Business” on the Happy Papi riddim! January 2nd saw her drop the visuals for this single, which was done in collaboration with both Travis World and Dan Evens who produced the riddim which she effortlessly rides. Peep the visuals below!

 

 

 

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