Approached by BBC Radio in her final year of University in February of 2012 for pilot season, she took part in 9 pilots, and it was during her 8th pilot that she was offered the Weekend Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 1xtra.
She volunteered at an FM community radio station while studying media at college in Stockport and before studying TV and Radio BA at Salford University.
On July 2013, she joined Twin B to co-host the flagship 1Xtra Breakfast show.
She grew up in Stockport, England, UK.
English DJ Trevor Nelson influenced her radio career.