Faye-Ann Lyons was born in 1980 in Point Fortin, Trinidad and Tobago. Faye-Ann began her singing career back in 2000. Faye-Ann is currently with the Asylum band together with husband and bandleader Bunji Garlin. She has won the Carnival Road March title in Trinidad and Tobago three times, starting in 2003, when she became the youngest artist to earn that crown with her hit song "Display". Display was the most played song during Carnival Monday and Tuesday of 2003 in Trinidad and Tobago. Her other two Carnival Road March wins were in 2008 with "Get On" and in 2009 with "Meet Super", with a landslide victory of 410 plays. The second place song was played 76 times. Faye-Ann is the daughter of the one and only Superblue who is the eight time Carnival Road March winner in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2009, Fay Ann dominated the Carnival season Trinidad and Tobago) with songs "Meet Superblue" and "Heavy T Bumper" and became the first female to win the International Soca Monarch title. She also won the Groovy Soca Monarch and People's Choice at the same competition and is the only individual artist to have accomplished that feat. Fay Ann is also the only artist to win the Soca Monarch titles as well as the Carnival Road march title in the same year. Fay Ann is married to Bunji Garlin, real name Ian Alvarez. They recently welcomed a new addition to the family, a baby girl. Not only is this soca Queen sexy she has one of the strongest and sensuous voices in the soca arena.