Late R&B singer best remembered for her vocal contributions to songs by artists on the Top Dawg Entertainment label, such as Kendrick Lamar. She died in what is believed to have been a suicide in February 2012.
She signed a deal with independent record label Streetbeat Entertainment at age fifteen.
She was a regular performer on "Soul Train" until the show's cancellation in 2009.
She was the longtime girlfriend of TDE rapper Ab-Soul.
She contributed vocals to the Kendrick Lamar song "HiiiPower" from of his 2011 debut album "Section.80."