From making money moves to reclaiming her fame on social media, the 24-year-old's big break was unlike most, but proves with passion and grit success can happen. The former dancer empowers women to go after their goals, without looking back at the past as she owns her presences in the hip-hop game. Watch the Dominican-Trinidadian rapper skyrocket to the top with the video above.
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