Carol Souki is a Venezuelan singer songwriter of Lebanese decent.  She embraces her Hispanic and Middle Eastern cultures and the love for Western music through her music and lyrics.  
Carol graduated from Berklee College of Music where she attained her Bachelor's Degree in Music Therapy and Vocal Performance.  She has worked and volunteered in various educational, hospitalization, rehabilitation and orphanage institutions in U.S.A, Japan, Lebanon, Kuwait, and Venezuela with children and adults with variety of emotional, psychological, physical and cognitive needs. 
Carol has performed along side a variety of internationally known artists such as, Michel Fadel, Rosa Pasos, Gloria Estephan, Phillip Bailey, and Zade Durani.  She has opened up for Tyga, Sal Houdini, Rami Ayach, Wael Kfouri, Daffy and Flipperachi, and Kuwait Miami Band.  Carol has collaborated on various tracks with artists like Qusai Kheder, Hamza Hawsawi, Homoud Nasser, Daffy and Flipperachi, and Nawaf Gheraibah.  
She has performed a variety of corporate and private events and festivals in Lebanon (Presidential Palace for President Michel Aoun, Jouneh International Festival, Casino Du Liban, LBC TV Channel) Kuwait, (Dar El Athar, United Nations Humanitarian Awards Ceremony, Diwan Al Amiri Stadium) U.S.A, (MIT University, Berklee College of Music, Boxer Mohammad Ali Inaguration Ceremony) Bahrain, (Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa Youth and Peace Awards Ceremonies) U.A.E, (Abu Dhabi Latin Dance Congress, Dubai Opera House for Elie Saab Hotel, MBC TV Channel) and Oman (private weddings).
Carol's first solo album RIDE was released on March 20th, 2020 on all music platforms.  RIDE consists of 8 tracks that express Carol's personal encounters with love, deception and life. This is an eclectic album of genres and languages in English, Spanish, and Arabic with Pop Middle Eastern, R&B, and Latin flavors. RIDE features previous singles "You" "I Want You" and "Realidad," with a new music video single "Ride."  This album has been a dream come true thanks to the production works of Essa Hashemi & Sandwave productions, Outlaw Productions, The Juke Productions and Andres Mayo.