Her No Love Dubplate has put the Trinidadian singer Queen Omega under the spotlight. This unique and powerful voice of the international world-reggae music scene is back on the road in 2024.

Last summer, Queen Omega and Little Lion Sound created a worldwide hit with their dubplate on the legendary ‘Next Episode’ Riddim, which has accumulated over 120 million streams across all the social medias and has been acclaimed by Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre!The track is now available on all platforms under Sony Music label.

After 10 years, 2023 marked her return with a new album Freedom Legacy released on March 24th on Baco Records in which she reveals her multiple musical influences through authentic texts.

This album is built as a kind of collection of thoughts that she leaves to her fans and her children. A legacy that brings together her deepest questions about Human condition and relationships between people, in which she sings about her fights towards freedom and independence for women, with militant lyrics bringing hope to new generations. An introspective and musical journey on new roots, reggae and dancehall riddims. 


Queen Omega is originally from San Fernando in Trinidad. Encouraged by her mother, she began appearing on local talent shows from the age of 9, wrote her own calypsos and even went so far as to rap on national television. She later sang backing vocals for producer Kenny Philips, accompanying many soca artists in the studio and on stage.

Raised in a musicians family, she quickly became passionate about reggae and dancehall music, but also grew up listening to soul artists like Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker and Whitney Houston, jazz and traditional music from Trinidad, foundations that will inspire her throughout her career.

Inspired by her Rastafarian faith, she also rapidly developed her writing skills and it was in the early 2000s that her career began on stage in Jamaica. She performed there with the Solomon Band for the Caribbean Music Expo, met producer Mickey D, who took her to London the following year for a first series of liveshows.

Queen Omega has now entered roots reggae history as a feminine icon, with her unique voice and precise, conscious messages. Her impressive discography began with the release of her first single in 2001 titled “Warning” featuring Sizzla and Buju Banton, quickly followed by her debut album “Queen Omega” (2002). Since then the artist never stopped to produce albums and hits (“Selassie I Know”, “Love Each Other”, “Me Beg Yu”, “Keep The Faith”, “No Retire”, “Destiny” .. .) and has collaborated with many artists such as Buju Banton, Gentleman, Thomas Broussard or Manudigital.

On stage, Queen Omega marks a multigenerational public with her almost unlimited vocal performances that combine reggae, Caribbean, jazz and soul sounds … but also by her authenticity, her energy and her undeniable presence. For 20 years, her unique live performances have taken her to tour the world from Europe to America : Reggae Rising (USA), SNWMF (USA), Sao Paulo (BR), No Logo (FR), Oland Roots (SE), Rototom (ES), Boomtown (UK), ReggaeJam (DE), African Music Festival (DE), Dour (BE), Rebel Salute (JA), Festival International d’Hammamet (TN)…

Queen Omega keeps renewing herself and invites us to rediscover her in different ways, releasing many eclectic singles : “Florilège” ft. L’Entourloop (5M streams), “Fittest” (1M), “Four moods 2” (2,5M), “No Love” (9M) …

After releasing her EP ‘STARS ALIGN’ in 2021, on contemporary Afro and dancehall sounds, including a featuring with the famous Afrobeat artist Stonebwoy from Ghana. She’s back in 2023 with her Freedom Legacy album and tour, an opus featuring collaborations with Yaniss Odua, Julian Marley, Marcus Gad, Soom T… The Trinidadian reggae ambassador is back with a strong performance in her favourite styles of reggae, dancehall & jazz, oscillating between an exquisitely harmonised voice and toasting in deejay-style!

Queen Omega & the royal souls
Festival international Nuits d'Afrique - 38e