Marion was born in Montreal, Canada, of a family of six. She started off studying piano at the age of 5, and later turned towards classical violin until the age of 16. She eventually studied vocal technique with Jennifer Meade at Jam Vocal School and, over the years, has worked with various Canadian artists such as Anodajay, Auresia, Wesli Band and Dubmatique. In 2012, she releases her debut 11-track  album, La Pluie Tombe, a unique sensual, luminous, fresh and delicate album.

     After performing and presenting her debut show at the Les Francofolies de Montreal festival and at many venues in the French Canadian province, she left Montreal to go on a new musical journey in Havana, Cuba, where she now spends half of her time. She has shared the stage with musicians such as Alexis Bosch, Julio Padrón and José Portillo, and recorded the duet Un Tiempo Lejos with singer Waldo Mendoza. Launched in Montreal in 2015, her second album Ahora Existo was recorded in Cuba by the late Lucía Huergo with all-star Cuban musicians such as Frank Rubio (Chucho Valdés), Roberto García (Afro Cuba), Keisel Jiménez (Issac Delgado) and Juan Carlos Marín (Interactivo), under the direction of singer and producer Andy Rubal.

      Ahora Existo is a mix of Kizomba, Bossa nova, pop and latin Jazz, and confirms Marion’s unique catchy Caribbean sound. She has signed to release a Cuban edition of Ahora Existo with the legendary label EGREM this winter 2017-2018 in Havana.