Known best for her membership in the all-female pop and hip-hop group Danity Kane, this vocalist and dancer also released a solo country music album titled I'm A Woman.
When she was nineteen years old, she began a half-decade-long career as a cheerleader for the Portland Trail Blazers. At age twenty-two, she joined her first music group; several years later, she competed in the third season of MTV's Making the Band.
After Danity Kane disbanded in early 2009, Bex briefly formed a self-titled band, but abandoned the project to produce a solo album.
She and her brother Marshall were raised in Bend, Oregon. In 2003, she married choreographer and hip-hop dancer Ron Basada.
She and Louisiana-born singer Dawn Richard were both members of Danity Kane.