Aaron “Voice” St Louis, born December 26th, 1992, is a singer/songwriter from the city of San Juan in Trinidad and Tobago. His first big break came in the form of the Synergy Soca Star competition, in which he placed second with the crowd favorite song “Alien.” He joined the writing group Full Blown Entertainment, where he wrote and co-wrote four consecutive Soca Monarch winning songs, quickly establishing himself as one of the best writers in the industry. He decided to challenge himself by taking part in the International Soca Monarch competition as a performer in 2016. He went on to win the competition and in so doing, became the youngest ever International Soca Monarch King. Aaron followed up his self-written, title-winning song “Cheers to Life” with another smash hit “Get Away” which featured the world famous EDM group Bad Royale from California. Aaron decided to take part in the International Soca Monarch competition again in 2017 and 2018 with hit songs "Far From Finished" and “Year For Love” respectively and won the competition two more times, making it three wins in a row! Voice has now cemented himself as a force in the Soca industry and consistently writes and performs songs that become the soundtrack of Caribbean Carnivals around the globe. His amazing voice and captivating performances have allowed him to perform in countries such as the United States, England, Germany, Spain, Canada and just about every country in the Caribbean.