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  • December 9, 2021
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“Music brings joy to my life… it completes my soul in many ways.”

Whether I am happy or feeling down, there is always a song to pick me up. My intention as an artiste is to make music for people to dance, jump, think and wave.” Champeon, whose real name is Ronnel Ramirez, was born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago. He had a passion for Soca music for most of his life, having been influenced by the icons of the art form, and contemporary Soca stars like Bunji Garlin and Soca king, Machel Montano. He decided since he could write the music, he should try performing it. “When I did that, everyone realised that I was good, and encouraged me to start doing bigger things,” he said. While residing in South Carolina, Champeon joined his classmates from San Juan Secondary School in Miami. They called themselves the Absentee Crew. In 2002, Champeon got the opportunity to open at a show, which featured Trindadian Soca artiste Sanell Dempster. From there, he received opportunities for more gigs and since then, he’s been striving. He has performed at major shows in Atlanta, Charleston, Columbia, Virginia, and Charlotte, just to name a few. However, during a 6-year span Champeon has been working on his art form. Now he is back with a new track called “Girls.”

Champeon – Girls (Audio):

Champeon – Girls (Music Video)

Behind the music 

Jelani (Studio 23musisgroup)

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