Lianne “Lí-Lí Octave” Letang, daughter of Dominican soil, and multi-talented singing sensation, began singing at age 4. Even at that age, her first public appearance was a memorable rendition of the 90’s classic ‘I will always love you’ by Whitney Houston. Being no stranger to crowds, she continued singing at church services and events, graduations and concerts.

Music has always been Lianne’s first passion and her passion carried her through her high school years, where she was an active student in the school choir (the Dominica Seventh Day Adventist school, now known as the Arthur Waldron SDA Academy). In the year 2005, and again in 2006 she secured first place Gold medals at the local annual School Arts Festival.

After having been invited to perform, not once, but twice, before Dominican President Nicholas J.O. Liverpool in the years 2007 and 2008; a few years later her talent was scouted out by foreign event organizers and that was when she began making appearances at a regional level, in countries such as Barbados, Antigua and Martinique. She is known for her powerful belting range and sincere vocal passion that radiates through every note that escapes her lips. Not only that, but her ability to relate to any crowd as if she were relaying a story with all the emotion she feels, is a moment worth experiencing.