As much as my professional career began when I became a semi finalist and the last woman standing, in The Uk’s X Factor in 2005, I have been singing for as long as I can remember.
My recollection and love of music most certainly stems from memories of my parents playing vinyl, when I was growing up! The love of music is what I believe also contributed to subsequently getting me through the tragedy of losing both of my parents in a motor accident at Christmas when I was only 4 years of age.
From that moment on, my Grandmother, Aunts and Uncles raised me and my brother Rodney. We attended a Pentecostal Gospel Church, and I am proud and honoured to have used my varied musical influences in my life to have co-penned and produced my debut album “Bring It Back”
Music also played a huge part in giving me comfort and somewhere to lose myself, whilst going through 6 months of chemotherapy treatments, after being diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer in 2016.
I am fortunate to have played some amazing roles in musical theatre shows such as Chicago, We Will Rock You, Carousel, and Hairspray. I am thankful for all the help I have had in getting there from my family, friends and supporters since my appearance on the X Factor.
So I want to just say thanks for literally making my dreams a reality.
I hope you enjoy my website!
Keep Smiling and Keep Rocking