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Jona Marie Soquite (born April 13, 2004 in Davao City, Philippines), is a Filipino singer who rose the title of The Voice Teens, between Isabela Vinzon, Soquite is one of the three contenders in the grand finale she choose Sarah Geronimo as a coach. 
|Birth name||Jona Marie Soquite|
|Born||April 13, 2004|
Toril, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines
|Associated acts||Sarah Geronimo |
(The Voice Teens coach)
Soquite was born and raised in Davao City, at the age of 13, Soquite joined and auditioned in The Voice Teens and was a four-chair turner. She picked Sarah Geronimo as her coach and eventually made it to the live shows, then to the grand finals. She won the first-ever The Voice Teens Philippines, besting her competitors.
Jona Soquite songsEdit
The teenager performed Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance” during the upbeat round and sang Dianne Reeves' "Better Days” with Sarah as a duet. She consistently impressed the coaches throughout her “The Voice Teens” journey with her performances of the following:
- News, ABS-CBN. "Jona Soquite named 'Voice Teens' champion". Retrieved 1 August 2017.
- News, ABS-CBN. "'Voice Teens' ends debut season with strong ratings". Retrieved 1 August 2017.
- "Jona Soquite wins 'The Voice Teens'". Manila Bulletin Entertainment. Retrieved 2018-09-29.
(The Voice Kids 3)
| The Voice of the Philippines
| The Voice of the Philippines Teens
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