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Leontre

Leontre Feyona Roberts, hailing from the picturesque parish of St. Elizabeth in Jamaica, is a singer and songwriter deeply rooted in a family with a strong love of music. Her journey into music began at a tender age, surrounded by melodies and rhythms that shaped her artistic soul. At just seven years old, she graced the stage for the first time in a church setting, marking the beginning of a lifelong passion for music. Her formative years were spent refining her craft, including being a part of the Hampton School Choir. This early exposure to musical education laid a solid foundation for her future endeavors. Leontre later briefly ventured into formal training at the Enda Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, specializing in Voice, before embarking on her professional recording journey. One of the defining elements of Leontre’s artistic evolution was her collaboration with esteemed musicians such as Earl “Chinna” Smith, Leroy “Horemouth” Wallace, and Robert Lyn, among others. These experiences not only expanded her musical horizons but also deepened her love for live performances. During her time in Jamaica, Leontre released notable tracks like “Nothing Else Matters” and “Jail House Rock,” garnering attention on platforms like the dancehall-focused TV show “In The Dance” and “On Stage” with Winford Williams. Her talent also earned her a spot on the “Jamaica 50th Independence” song for Canada, where she shared the spotlight with icons like Beenieman, Marcia Griffiths, and Courtney John.

Despite taking a hiatus to explore other interests, Leontre’s passion for music never waned. She eventually returned to the scene on her terms, crafting songs that resonate deeply with her authentic self. Armed with her guitar, she pours her emotions and experiences into her songwriting process, aiming to create music that transcends boundaries and connects with listeners on a profound level. When asked about her musical style, Leontre embraces versatility without conforming to labels or constraints. Her mantra of singing whatever feels good reflects her belief in the power of music to evoke emotions and inspire healing. Grounded in principles of honesty, kindness, gratitude, and positivity, Leontre strives to deliver messages through her music that resonate with audiences and contribute to a sense of collective understanding and empowerment.

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