Raised the daughter of a preacher, Crawford spent her early life heavily involved in church, serving as choir director and lead vocalist for local ensembles.
Crawford gained national notoriety during her breakout performances on Season 2 of BET's ‘Sunday Best’, where she achieved second runner up. She released her self-titled debut album in 2014, which brought the hit "There".
In 2016 she released her self-penned and nakedly autobiographical EP, 'Diary of A Church Girl'. The critically acclaimed project garnered Crawford her first Stellar Award nomination and several Billboard chartings for the singles "Author" and “Choose Me".
Her commitment to ministry extends well beyond music. As a contributor to the Huffington Post and Essence, she has written on a range of topics to include mental wellness, parenting, race relations, and self-care.
Crawford states, “I want my listeners to know that my story is our story, and that there is a loving God that cares about every aspect of our lives."