De Arc, singer, songwriter, and producer hails from the island of Antigua. He is widely known throughout the Eastern Caribbean because of his wild tempo Soca and politically charged, controversial music. A practicing architect, (hence the Caribbean term De Arc) De Arc describes his music as: - “Conscious Calypso with lots of party, a sprinkle of cane sugar and a splash of rum! Truly a unique blend of Soca and Calypso with the rhythms of Dancehall and Reggae!”
He has released 15 albums founded three record labels and owned a recording studio. He has written/presented and produced/ several winners including annual Carnival “Road March”, “Jump Up” and “Social Commentary” songs. He holds the ‘full’ publishing rights to some 15 albums. Including popular hits like, “Gimme, Gimme Gang”, “All Dawg A Dawg”, “Strange and Serious Times”.