Late Jamaican dancehall singer known for her hit singles like "Boom and Bend Over" and "Pull Up to Mi Bumper." The rising artist died tragically in December 2015 after succumbing to injuries sustained in a car accident.
Her love of music was fully realized at the age of six when she decided that she would grow up to be a musician. By the age of seventeen she'd begun studying performing arts at EXED Community College.
Prior to her death, she had become incredibly popular on Instagram earning more than 50,000 followers.
She was born Jordan Phillips to Oradell Carwin and Kenneth Phillips. Her father was a talented DJ known by the stage name Mr. Murphy.
One of her earliest hit singles was "Whine and Kotch" which featured an appearance by Charly Black.