| Angie Arnephy|
Ragga, Seggae, Zouk
| 1997 (age 19–20)Anse Boileau, Mahé, Seychelles|Angie Arnephy Wikipedia
Arnephy was born and grew up in Anse Boileau, a district on the western part of Mahé, Seychelles. She had her early education at International School before she proceeded to the School of Advanced Studies, Anse Royale, Seychelles.
She contested at the 2015 edition of Miss Seychelles and went on to be awarded Miss Photogenic.
Upon competing at Miss Seychelles 2015, Angie went into music as a solo singer after Pure FM's programmes director Derrick Young-Khon approached her to record a song by Toulou, a Réunionese recording artist. She recorded her breakthrough single "Bers Mon Lavi dan ou Love", a remix of "Fe Viv a Mwin dan lo Love" by Toulou. The song shot her to prominence and later won her Best New Artist at the 3rd Airtel Music Awards. Currently working on her debut studio album, she released another single titled "3-2-1".As lead artist