Most well known as a co-writer of the Grammy-winning Jay-Z and Alicia Keys hit "Empire State of Mind," this songwriter and vocalist is also notable for her contributions to Britney Spears' "Do Somethin'," Melanie Fiona's "Bang Bang," and Snoop Dogg & Miley Cyrus' "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks."
Early in her career, she was mentored by hip hop music producer Salaam Remi.
She co-wrote "Be Alright," "Good Girls," and several other songs for the Jamaican-born reggae vocalist Gyptian (Windel Beneto Edwards).
Born in New York City to parents from Trinidad and Tobago, she later married award-winning sound engineer James Wisner. The union produced children named Brooklyn Rose and King Zion Wisner.
In 2010, she contributed to Oliver Jones (a.k.a. Skream) and Magnetic Man's hit electronic single "I Need Air."