Marie-Christine Depestre began her musical journey at 5 years of age, studying classical piano at the École de musique Vincent-d’Indy. Singing had also been a part of her life from the beginning, and at 20 she turned to her dream of becoming a professional singer after being given a role in the musical revue Génération Motown. Since then, she has worked with acclaimed artists including Daniel Bélanger, Ginette Reno, Corey Hart, Damien Robitaille, DJ Champion, Lionel Ritchie, and also notably, Stevie Wonder, who agreed to collaborate with her on her first solo album released in 2011. All these experiences made Marie-Christine Depestre the artist she is today, a sensitive, passionate, fierce, and devoted person. In 2015, she launched her second album, Voodoo Trix, inspired by the idioms of funk, hip-hop, rock, blues, and the music of her Haitian heritage. Currently, she is in the process of writing her third solo album.