She has won numerous awards and receives rave reviews everywhere she goes:
2009 – 2010 — (IRWMA — International Reggae & World Music Awards) Winner of Best Female Vocalist (2009 & 2010) & Best Calypso /Soca Entertainer (2009)
2010 –Female Entertainer of the Year & Best Collaboration for “King and Queen” with Richie Spice at the Barbados Music Award’s.
2010 — 14th Annual Caribbean American Heritage Award in Washington DC, she was awarded for her Outstanding Contribution to Soca Music as an icon of the ’girl’s power’ movement and the most recognized female in Soca music.
POPULAR ALISON HINDS MUSIC VIDEOS
|Faluma — Offical Music Video
||Roll — Official Music Video
On November 11, 2011 Alison Hinds made her first prime time TV appearances on, The Today Show’s, ‘Where in the World is Matt Lauer?’ Alison spoke about Calypso music, festivals and even taught the host Matt a few dance moves.
2012 – On March 9, 2012, Alison was the recipient for ‘Outstanding work in Calypso, Zouk, Chutney and Soca Art Form, by the University Of The West Indies in Barbados. She was honored as being one of the many Trailblazers in the community.
Alison is honored by New York City for exemplary service spanning her 20-year career on music stages across the Caribbean and as far as Stockholm, Sweden.
2013 – Alison receives ‘Outstanding Past Student’ at Christ Church Foundation School in Barbados.
Alison’s latest album entitled Caribbean Queen delivers her positive message of love and upliftment for one and all and is a celebration created for her fans all over the world. The love she received from Jamaica has spawned new combinations with Richie Spice “King and Queen”, Jah Cure “Call On Me” and Shaggy “Can’t Let My Love Go.” Her classics “Roll It Gal,” “Togetherness,” and “Faluma,” are also included in the album with a mix of high energy to mid tempo as well as the classically soulful ballad “Island Girl.”