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In 2003, immediately after graduating from high school, Turner became an active member in the underground urban/hip-hop community.
Writing, recording and performing all her own material, she aggressively began pursuing her musical career.
Turner quickly gained attention from her peers, developing an underground fan base that had a number of industry insiders excited.
Turner performed on any and every stage she could, entering and winning several competitions, but it was not until a couple of years later that she was successful.
Concurrently, EMI Music Canada signed her in order to more effectively tap into the Canadian market.
She went to Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada prior to her high school years in Jamaica.
Friends convinced her to audition for the youth choir despite her own belief that she could not sing.
On the strength of her rendition of Canada's national anthem, Turner was accepted into the choir and began singing gospel songs at the Faith Temple Tabernacle in Bayside, Portmore.
Concurrently, EMI Music Canada signed her in order to more effectively tap into the Canadian market. Her first album Passion (2008) spawned singles "Bounce With Me," "Lady Killer" and "Don't Call Me Baby". During this year, she was nominated for two Juno Awards for "Best New Artist" and "Best Pop Album of The Year." Her second double disc studio album, Tropic Electric (2011) saw Turner alter her public image and return to her original sound.
The latter became the #1 most played song (by a Canadian) on Canadian radio in 2008 and became her very first number one single on Billboards U. She released three moderately successful singles "Rock Paper Scissors," "I Could Stay," which gained her another Juno Award Nomination for "Best R&B Album." Turner is currently finished recording her third album entitled Evolution Inevitable with a new direction of her sound infused with Dancehall, Hip Hop and R&B.