From the moment my dad played the first notes of Bohemian Rhapsody, I wanted to write and sing something that moved others in the same way. Music is my first language and my first love. It’s the way I communicate when I can’t use words. Honestly, I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t singing. I started performing when I was 3, and from there I realized my true passion for music. At a young age, I was determined to be a recording artist, and I knew that was my purpose on this earth. After years of looking up to Taylor Swift and Hanna Montana, I put my feelings into my first song and continued to pour my heart out after I was rejected and hurt by “friends”. I was able to encourage and express my feelings by creating and completing a puzzle of words, melodies, and emotions that spoke more of what I felt than I could speak. After many years of writing and singing, I begged my parents to take me to Nashville, so I could explore the industry and collaborate with others. My parents and I finally went to Nashville to meet with many producers and songwriters who helped further my career and music skills. I always loved playing piano, as well as guitar, but along the way, I also learned to produce music. My senior year of high school, we left our small town in North Carolina and moved to Nashville so that I could be closer to my dream. I also started working on my social media presence knowing that it was a place where I could have a voice, and also I could also be creative with content. Honestly, music and social media go hand in hand and I have had many music opportunities come from different platforms. Entering this industry has been a roller coaster, but I am so in love with my passion, I wouldn’t trade it for the world.