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Alison Hinds

Born in Britain but raised in Barbados, vocalist Alison Hinds joined up with the soca music group Square One when she finished senior high school. After 11 albums and many Caribbean strikes and travels, Hinds took a rest from the music group in 2004 to obtain married and begin a family group, but shortly thereafter she made an appearance on the remix of Kevin Lyttle’s “Convert Me On.” When Lyttle’s melody became an enormous worldwide hit, acquiring soca areas it had hardly ever been before, the possibilities became apparent and Hinds started considering a single career. Her initial solo monitor, the empowering girl anthem “Move It Gal,” made an appearance in 2005 and topped the graphs in Barbados, Trinidad, and Jamaica.

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