Little Warrior’s career began when she began writing and recording her own songs as a teenager in Pittsburgh. LW relocated to Portland, Oregon in 2011 and quickly began making waves in the Pacific Northwest music scene. In 2013, her "Little Airplanes EP" garnered attention and earned her a spot on the first ever GirlFestNW showcase. Later that year, she collaborated with hip-hop artist Goldini Bagwell on his tracks “Desire Is… “ and “Everchanging Constant.”
In 2016, Little Warrior teamed up with producer Ryan Short and released the singles "How Do I Be Strong" and "So Far Away" via Heaven Noise Recordings. The following year, she worked with Goldini Bagwell and illmac as a featured vocalist on several tracks for their album EtheReal, collaborated with rapper Myke Bogan, and soon after relocated to Los Angeles to continue her music career.
Little Warrior’s eclectic style is reminiscent of artists like Alina Baraz, Halsey, Tei Shi, Sylvan Esso, Lana Del Rey, and Lorde.