Singer, Song writer, Juliette Mills was born in St.Kitts. At age seven she started singing on the youth choir at church and also on school plays. In December 1992, Juliette was crowned calypso queen at Sandy Point High School and also the Junior Calypso Monarchee of St.Kitts. While living in Antigua she started to perform on local shows and singing backups for many calypsonians and had the opportunity to back up The Mighty Sparrow and Dianna King. She also sang with Dread and the Baldhead one of Antiguas hottest bands in 1996.
Juliette moved to the United States in August of 1996 and continued singing with local reggae bands around town including Tribal Love Band one of the hottest reggae/soca bands in the Miami area. Juliette's dream is to become one of the top female soca artist, in June 2003 she released her first single titled "THE ONE FOR ME" and in 2004 her single featuring Super-P one of Grenadas top performers "CAN YOU HANDLE THIS"is on fire. Her songs are currently playing in St.Kitts, Antigua, Grenada, Guyana, New York, Ft.Lauderdale, Miami and Canada. Juliette has also worked with Randy Isaac one Grenada's best and Toriano "Onyan" Edwards and The Baygon Bandin 2003 travelling to Statia, Atlanta Georgia and Miami. Juliette also travelled to Calgary, Canada in June of 2004 with Tribal Love Band where they performed at the Carifest Festival.
Juliette is determine to mash up the Caribbean and US with her magnificent voice and unique style, its without a doubt that she is on fire. Her last single "FEEL THE VYBES" was a crowd pleaser, and did well on the charts. this song especially for the ladies is taking over the Caribbean. Her latest tracks from her upcoming album "YUH WATCHIN" "RIDIN" and "WUK MEH" is said to be her best work yet. These songs have made quite an impact on the soca scene, and now has Ms.Mills very busy doing interviews all over the Caribbean, US, UK, Europe, Canada, and even Sweden. She recently performed at the Annual Unifest held in Ft.Lauderdale, FL alongside some well known artist including, Al, Goodman and Brown, Glen Washington, Leroy Sibbles and Leon Caldero just to name a few. Juliette Mills is now nominated for "Best New Female Soca Artist of The Year" for the 6th Annual ISA Awards to be held October 18th, 2008 in her homeland of ST.KITTS. Its been a struggle but Juliette is on a mission. ONE LOVE.firstname.lastname@example.org