Out of the death of the persona known as Voyce Alexander, a quintessential performer emerges from obscurity, embodying diversity, style, passion and pure talent. This iconic artist inevitably exceeds expectations and raises the bar. Aion Clarke is it! As this native of Toronto makes his fairytale ascent to stardom, one can't help but let out a sigh of relief, for Aion reinstates the confidence that consumers once had. What makes this man dynamic is his eclectic musical approach, which boasts an array of influences. But namely, its his Reggae flavor infused with R&B and Soul that visibly sets him apart from his peers. Aion's music is a tell tale indicator of his West Indian heritage. With a mother from Trinidad, father from Jamaica and Canadian upbringing, his Caribbean foundation is undeniable. Aion Clarke was discovered in 2007 by Don Bowie, right hand man of uber-producer Bryan-Michael Cox. This one-in-a-million opportunity conveniently landed Aion in the hands of some of the music industry's most noted music producers. He was swiftly signed to publishing house Warner Chappell Music.
Respectably, Aion doubles as a thriving songwriter, who landed his first Billboard hit "Got Me Going" by Bad Boy group Day 26. Aion also penned "Dem Haters" for pop princess Rihanna. As Aion Clarke sets out to conquer the world as a performer and songwriter, he is actively capturing the attention of the masses.