Meet Charlotte Cardin

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Charlotte Cardin became known to the general public when she participated in the Quebec edition of the singing show The Voice in 2013. After that, his career took off with several collaborations and participations in various projects.

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In 2016, she released her first record, Big Boyand his second in 2017, entitled Main Girl, which allowed her to be discovered on the international scene. Finally, in 2021, she launched her first "real" album, Phoenix.  

Thanks to the success of the latter, the singer won no less than 4 trophies at the 2022 Juno Awards, making her the most awarded artist of this edition and equaling Celine Dion's record for this event, which aims at recognizing Canadian music talent.

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