Season 6 competitor on NBC's popular reality competition program The Voice whose rendition of The Cranberries' "Zombie" blew away all four judges during the audition round and even skyrocketed the original 1994 version of the song back into the top 10 on the iTunes alternative chart.
She performed regularly for family and friends and sang in church in her early teens. She then started singing at cafes and restaurants and would eventually become one of the more renown female club singers in all of South Texas by her early twenties.
She released her self-titled debut EP in 2011. While not touring, she volunteers as a coach for an all girl music program called Chicas Rock. She is also a certified makeup artist.
She was born in Corpus Christi, Texas. She has two nieces named Emma and Sarabela.
She began singing at an early age in both English and Spanish, spurred the death of her hometown idol, Selena.