Singer and YouTube star who primarily rose to fame through her self-titled channel where she gained more than 220,000 subscribers posting covers of popular songs. Her fame spiked after she and Jervy Hou performed a parody of Rebecca Black's "Friday."
She began her career as a child, performing at local talent shows and fairs. By her teen years she was performing at venues like Disneyland, the Universal CityWalk, and the Staples Center.
She spent her early years as a struggling artist working as a body double for Miley Cyrus on the set of Hannah Montana.
She was raised in Moorpark, California but later moved to Los Angeles to pursue her music.
She got her first major musical credit as a vocalist on the Deborah Cox album, the Promise.