Breaking barriers with her content, Young Mommy’s brand of non-explicit music has put her at the forefront of what she coins, a “clean rap movement.” This gifted hip-hop talent and mom of 4 is shifting the landscape of what parents can consume with their children around. Her releases are not just for mothers with kids though, her work is for all rap music lovers that are looking for a female rap sound without the hypersexual language and messaging.
The rapper has been independently writing and performing songs since 2012 under various monikers, only recently landing on Young Mommy in 2021. In 2014, at the launch of her mission in Vancouver, Canada, she raised $8,000 via Kickstarter and dropped her first two singles with the help of a local rock and RnB producer. After relocating to California that same year, she found Omina Labs, a local recording studio in Sacramento. Over a period of several years, she independently released nine singles, paid for out of the family’s monthly grocery budget. In 2020 at the start of the Covid pandemic, her track "Mutha" garnered interviews with Entertainment Tonight and ET Canada.
This year she shows no signs of slowing down. Young Mommy hopes this next piece will be as successful as her last. “Swanky Ma” is an up-tempo, salsa-inspired rap beat that could honestly be played in the car, home, salon, mall or club. “It’s for all the mamas who want to feel more confident and own their hotness and power.” Going from a 7-year marketing career to concocting clean rap, Young Mommy inspires moms and people everywhere to take a stand in what they believe. This visionary is trailblazing a path for other artists to consider the effect their music has on children and challenges them to write content without the need for expletives.