Born on April 11, 1986, Patrice Roberts is a renowned Trinidadian soca singer who is presently a key member of Machel Montano HD, performing alongside the popular soca artist Machel Montano. Notably, she shares a familial connection as the second cousin of the well-known singer Bunji Garlin.
In 2005, Patrice Roberts gained national prominence through her collaboration with cousin Bunji Garlin on the chart-topping track “The Islands.” This hit, written by Kernal Roberts and produced by Shawn Noel (Da Ma$tamind), garnered widespread recognition and was featured in promotional commercials by the Ministry of Tourism.
In addition to delving into Patrice Roberts’ career journey and achievements, this article will address the curiosity surrounding Patrice Roberts Husband, specifically focusing on whether Patrice Roberts is married. We will explore her relationships and provide insights into both her professional and personal experiences.
Who Is Patrice Roberts Husband?
In July 2022, Drue and Roberts took a significant step in their relationship by getting engaged during Drue’s annual Druesday show in Antigua, a highly anticipated event preceding Carnival on the island. The memorable moment was captured in recorded footage from the previous year’s concert, showcasing Drue gracefully going down on one knee, leaving Roberts visibly astonished.
Their connection had evolved over several years, gaining more depth after the birth of their daughter, Lily, in 2016. Over the past three years, the duo behind the hit “Toxic Love” openly shared and confirmed their relationship on various social media platforms.
If they had tied the knot, they would have joined the ranks of notable Soca couples, following the example set by Bunji Garlin and Fay Ann Lyons.
Tragically, according to the national broadcaster ABS TV/Radio in Antigua/Barbuda, Drue was declared deceased at Sir Lester Bird Medical Centre around noon on Tuesday.
Ricardo Drue had a substantial impact on the Soca Monarch and Road March scenes in Antigua and Barbuda, amassing a considerable following throughout the region. Some of his noteworthy soca hits include “Vagabond” and “Professional.”
Exploring Patrice Roberts’ Career And Achievements
In the early stages of her career, Patrice Roberts clinched the Sangre Grande Junior Calypso Monarch title in 1995. Demonstrating her rising prominence in the calypso scene, she achieved top finalist status in the competition in 2000.
The year 2001 marked a significant milestone as she secured victories in the National Soca Monarch, National Library Calypso Monarch, and National Junior Calypso Monarch competitions. Her success continued with another win in the National Junior Calypso Monarch in 2002.
Noteworthy accolades also include being the Toco Personality Winner in 2000 and the U.N.D.P. second-runner up in 2001. Patrice Roberts showcased her talent on the international stage by participating in the International Soca Monarch in Trinidad.
In 2006, her collaboration with Zan, titled “Always Be,” earned them a second-place finish in the “Groovy” category. Teaming up with Machel Montano, their track “Light it Up” secured a fourth-place position in the “Power” category in 2007. In 2008, she again claimed the second spot in the “Groovy” category with her song “More Wuk.”
Her crowning achievement to date came in 2006 when she won the Road March competition with the song “Band of the Year,” a collaboration with Machel Montano.