In 2004, her album Promise was a cooperation with Papua New Guinean group Soul Harmony, and was described as bearing a strong "R&B flavour". In 2004, she won first prize at the International Teenagers Singing Competition, in Bucharest, with a jury presided over by Lane Davies. Pacific Islands Radio describes her music as being primarily gospel songs, but also "rang[ing] from traditional to modern music". The Papua New Guinea Post-Courier describes her music as gospel music, "mixed with slow ballads, R‘n’B, hip hop and South Pacific flavour", and notes that she sings in "many languages", including Tok Pisin and Motu. In 2002, her song "Freedom" topped the radio charts in Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands, and ranked second on the charts in Papua New Guinea. Quai's mother is Fijian, and she also sings in Fijian. Quai has been described by Pacific Islands Radio as "a very popular artist in the whole Pacific region".[ In 2004, the Papua New Guinea Post-Courier described her as "Vanuatu’s No.1 music artist, and one of the South Pacific’s best female singing sensations".The Solomon Times in 2007 described her as "very popular" in the Solomon Islands The Solomon Star in 2008 described her as "a household name in the Pacific" and possibly "the most successful female artist in the region".Her music is reportedly popular in French Polynesia, and in 2008 she became the first Melanesian singer to tour Tahiti.
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