She started her music career in 2004 featuring on Sunny Boy's 'Serious' and 'Ame Negumbo lange' She featured on Sunny Boy's 'Serious' and 'Ame Negumbo lange' as well as Jericho's 'On and On'. Later that year, with the help of the producer, Stalin Kapembe, she started recording her own songs. Her first single was 'Who's gonna love you'. In 2006, she won the Legal Shield Winna Mariba Song writing competition Her debut album finally arrived in 2007, dubbed 'The sound of my heart', which had the hit, 'Will you be there?' She also featured on EES' songs, Tupeni and Yoshili as well as Tuchapuleni with Max. In 2008, she acted in Vixen Hangula film titled Between Friends, that encourages condom use and encourages women to stand together. She also took part in the Music Against Disaster Concert (MAD) in Windhoek to help with the drought situation in northern Namibia at the time. In 2009, she was awarded youth ambassador for Vision 2030, together with RIZZY, she also wrote and performed songs for the Vision 2030 CD. She also featured on the sound track of an interactive film on HIV/Aids The Three and a Half Lives of Philip Wetu. Her second album titled 'Golden Sunset' was due in 2009, with singles like Likoka. She also featured on South Africa's Bojo Mujo's hit track, Thando lwam (Marry me) which became a huge hit all over Southern Africa. ‘The Tequila Touch’, her latest album release, is due soon.