Montreal singer, Charlotte Cardin, began her music career at a young age when she started attending singing lessons while in the first grade before becoming the lead singer of her primary school’s rock group.

After being one of the four to perform, to an estimated 2.7million viewers, on the 2013 season finale of TVA’s talent show La Voix, Charlotte could easily have gone the same way as so many other participants in similar shows around the world had before. But instead of disappearing into obscurity her talent was spread further by performing the duet “Du vent, du mots” with Quebec superstar Garou on his 2013 studio album “Au milieu de ma vie” and again the following year for The Voice: la plus belle voix in France.

Cardin released her 6 track EP “Big Boy” earllier this year. It quickly became abest-seller on iTunes Canada. Her vdeos have now earned more than 1.7million views with her most popular being a cover of Radiohead’s Creep with just over 500,000 views. “Big Boy” was the bust-out track that put the 20 year-old in the media crosshairs, earning a slew of high-profile festival dates.