Born in Saint Lucia on October 14, 1985, Chrycee’s love affair with music began at an early age. Growing up with a DJ father, she was constantly surrounded by music; so it’s no wonder that even when she was just a tot, she’d take centre-stage in her family living room—remote control mic in hand—singing along to the voices of internationally-acclaimed artists! In time, Chrycee transitioned from living room performances to school talent shows, and at age 15, she began to regularly sing solo at church. Filled with melodies of her own and a burning desire to express herself through poetry and lyrics, it was also around this time that Chrycee started nurturing her song writing talent.


Years later, Chrycee nationally released her first original music single, “Handle It”—a bold witty dance track which challenged male bravado.


In April 2014, Chrycee performed at the Tobago Jazz Experience, opening for Music icons, Keyshia Cole and Earth Wind and Fire at the 2014 Tobago Jazz Experience.  In 2015 after a riveting launch of her Honest Musings Album, Chrycee executed a multi-city music promotional tour in the United States, performing in Houston, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Florida. From there she went on to perform in Santa Monica California and later at Monroe College’s ReggaeFest—organized in collaboration with VP Records—in New Rochelle - sharing the stage with Jamaican sensation Romain Virgo.


In 2016, Chrycee took to the Hollywood Los Angeles stage; first in February as part of the performance cast for a Pre-Grammy production, hosted by 5-time Grammy Winning Producer, Devine Evans; then in May, performing at the Study, in Hollywood Boulevard, California.  She is also a writing contributor in Devine Evans’ book, Sheet Music: The Diary of a Songwriter.