She Is Soca’s Wining Queen…

Denise (Saucy Wow) Belfon, The Wining Specialist…

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Her fans call her “Saucy Wow”, her performances are electrifying and scintillating. Denise Ann Sinoda Belfon was born on November 23, 1968 and started singing at the age of 9.

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She is commonly known by Caribbean locals as the “Soca-Dancehall Queen” due to her high energy, complex, exotic, and highly controversial on-stage performances in addition to her powerful, husky, and sultry vocals and her high stamina. Her career, although very well-established, exploded after the release of her 2003 smash single, “Saucy Baby,” which is considered to be her signature song by many

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Over the years, the name Denise Belfon has become synonymous with a feel good energy and riveting feting experience. Versatile, unique and certainly a master at her craft,

 

The nickname ‘Saucy Wow’ came about because of Denise Belfon’s sexy performances.

Her performances have been criticised but despite the negative comments from some quarters, it is her female fans that have remained the most loyal.

For years Denise Belfon has mesmerized audiences worldwide with her stage show. Her music, strong vocal ability and sensual moves have propelled her to the heights of success- making her one of the most sought after Trinidad and Tobago entertainers across the Caribbean and the United States

In 1990, Belfon was discovered by the bandleader of Roy Cape. She started singing professionally with the soca band Black Sheep, before moving on to Sound Revolution. Her first solo recording was the soca single “Ka Ka Lay Lay.” Belfon went on to record the singles “Hard Wuk”, “De Jammette“, “Saucy Baby”, and “Indian Man”. Read more about Denise Belfon on Wikipedia.

 

Commonly known by Caribbean locals as the “Soca/Dancehall Queen” due to her high energy, complex, and exotic (and highly controversial) on stage performances in addition to her powerful, husky, and high stamina vocals. Her career, although very well established, exploded after the release of her 2003 smash single, “Saucy Baby”, which is considered to be her signature song by many.

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