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Nadia Batson

Nadia Batson
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Nadia Batson (born in Trinidad and Tobago) is one of the Caribbean's premiere solo singers and songwriters.

She also lends her talents to some other artistes behind the scenes, having written the popular single Go Ahead And Do Dat, Face Me and Sleeping In Your Bed (winner of the 2005 International Soca Queen and Groovy Soca Monarch titles) for Soca diva Michelle Sylvester.

In 2006, she sang her carnival hit, One Island and penned the Barbados road march and party monarch tune, Flames, performed by Barry Chandler of Jabae and produced by Trinidad's Neil Bernard. She also penned Expose for Antigua's El A Kru lead vocalist Tizzy who claimed second place in Antigua's Party Monarch competition.

She is a lead vocalist in the super-popular Kes The Band, alongside renowned vocalist Kees Dieffenthaller.

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