Aurella Kahailia Beach (born 26th July, 1979) is a Vincentian singer/songwriter who was formerly known as Queen-B but now uses the sobriquet, Kahailia. Kahailia was widely known in the late 90’s on the karaoke circuit for her rendition of the dance remix of Madonna’s ‘Don’t Cry For Me Argentina. She entered the ragga soca circuit in her native St. Vincent & the Grenadines in 2003 with a duet of herself and Jenise Haynes with a song penned by Kahailia called, ‘Zouk Me’. She placed fourth in the 2004 National Ragga Soca Competition, with a song penned by her called, ‘Rock Me’. Since then she has acquired two Ragga Soca titles; 2012 and 2015 Best New Ragga Soca. Kahailia was formerly the lead female vocalist for the band Vykinz but departed to work on her solo career. In 2015 she rebranded herself and changed her stage name from Queen-B to Kahailia for several reasons; 1. Several other female artistes were using the sobriquet and 2. Kahailia had evolved into a stronger artiste due to tremendous lessons learnt and changes in her personal life and her entire life philosophy. Kahailia, after rebranding made quite an impact in the 2015 Vincy Mas with her hit ragga soca songs, ‘Push Back’ and the winning Best New Ragga Soca, ‘Do Sumpn’, which was penned by Kahailia and her first serious attempt at Power Soca, with a track she wrote called, ‘Meet Me On The Streets’. Kahailia is also a prolific studio back vocalist. Her clients include, Fadda Fox (Vital Supply), Lyrikal (Cloud 9) and Shurwyne Winchester (track not yet released). In 2004 Kahailia was nominated for Best Calypso of the Year at the SVG Association of Music Professionals Awards. Kahailia is currently working on establishing herself as a bona fide raga soca/island pop artiste.