Jacinda was raised by a family of musicians and ministers. She followed the footsteps of her older brother and began reading music and playing instruments at a very young age.
When she turned sixteen her parents gifted her with a used car which her brother left his J. Cole's Friday Night Lights album. This album inspired her to write her own music and express her high school experiences from boyfriends to catty girl drama.
After her mother found her rap book with such explicit lyrics, she reminded her that college is her future and she should only focus on school, the marching band, and sports. When Jacinda attended Elizabeth City State University in 2014, a close friend encouraged her to try rapping again so she signed up for midnight poetry. The crowd’s reaction was her sign that making music was what she was supposed to do in life. She transferred to the Art Institute of Durham, NC the following year and released her first EP titled 'New Girl' in the summer of 2015 followed by 'A Thief in The Night' later that December. A few months after transferring, she took a break from music and college after she found herself homeless. Working two jobs, Jacinda was able to find an apartment and return to school. In 2019 she gave birth to her first and only child, Noah. She finally returned to music in 2020 releasing her first album, "New girl Pt 2: Reintroduction".