Snakey won "Party Time" in 1996 and that was the beginning of his musical journey.
By 2004, Snakey was a finalist of the Ragga Soca Monarch competition. By 2005, he made a guest appearance at the International Soca Monarch finals in Trinidad.
Snakey has extensive experience as a Lead Vocalist/Frontline Singer with the following bands:
2002 - Dil E Nadan
2003 - 2006: Island Vybe
2006 - 2009: Surface
2009 - Present: ReelEst8 (formerly Surface)
Past collaborations include: Michelle Sylvester (Groovy Soca Monarch 2001), Tony Prescott, Blazer (RIP) & Impulse.
Snakey has represented TNT regionally in Tortula, Grenada, Antigua, Tobago, Jamaica, Guyana, Anguilla & St. Kitts.
For 2k11, Snakey has the following contributions:
Soca Parang feat Impulse: Buy buy buy
Soca Parang: Christmas Blues
Groovy: Ah Feeling
Groovy: Ten Toes on the Maniac Riddim
Power Soca: Take It
Groovy collaboration with Michelle "Silver "Mentor & others
Snakey would be entering all major competitions and will participate locally, regionally and internationally at the carnivals.
Off stage, Snakey is an Architect, Building Contractor, Barber, Father and Entrepreneur.
Heaven "Snakey" Charles
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