Rap and R&B artist who gained attention for her singles "New York" and "Werkin' Girls." She released her debut album Dirty Gold in 2013. She has also reworked the songs of others, like Beyonce's track "Drunk in Love."
She lived in a small Greater Apostolic Faith community in Detroit before moving to Brooklyn at age 16.
Her single "New York" was named to NME's 50 Best Tracks of 2012 list.
She was raised by parents with African and Native American backgrounds. Haze identifies as pansexual and often sings and raps about sexuality.
She released the 2013 single "On the Edge," a diss track aimed at fellow rapper Azealia Banks.