Heralding from a family of six in the parish of St. Mary, Jamaica, Ms. Goldson was raised by her two parents as the youngest of their four offspring. "Growing up in a house with three older brothers, some might consider me to have been the little princess. But as with everyone, life still did have its fair share of ups and downs," clarifies Niquet. "My family was very conservative, and being raised in the church, my earliest experiences singing were strictly gospel music. It wasn't until in my late teenage years and early twenties that I began singing harmonies for popular reggae artists such as Tony Rebel, Abijah, Richie Spice, and Andrew Tosh among others."
Niquet attended Wolmer's High School for Girls in Kingston, and it was whilst there that she was able to pursue voice training at the acclaimed Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. During these years although studying classical voice, she was able to appear both in studio and on various stages with gospel artistes such as Prodigal Son, Judy Mowatt, and Carlene Davis to name a few.
Highlights of Niquet's career include singing on the internationally acclaimed Reggae Sumfest stage with some of the previously mentioned artists, as well singing with artists in Trinidad and Tobago whilst attending to her tertiary education studies in Trinidad and Tobago. Currently in the process of graduating from the UWI, Mount Hope, with her degree in Veterinary Medicine, Niquet will be returning to her native Jamaica to pursue both her academic profession and her first love, music. She is currently working on original music and performs both as a solo singer and harmony vocalist. You can be sure to expect phenomenal things from this package of voice, beauty, intelligence and charming personality.