Bursting onto the musical scene with her song "Creepin," she continued her career with the fan favorite "You Got It," the club banger "Look Back at It," and the online hit "Passenger." She launched her own company called Underground Art when she was 20 years old.
She had several artistic interests growing up and began her career in entertainment as a manager for some of Washington DC's hottest local acts and tattoo artists. She was a star basketball player at Howard Community College.
She first started to notice and develop her musical ability as a performer and songwriter while working as a manager for the Raw Abstract Project (R.A.P).
She was raised as an only child in Maryland.
She collaborated with Slim Jenkinz on the song "Look Back at It."