Mildred Ashong attended St Anthony's Junior and Senior Secondary Schools, Mfantsiman Secondary School, the Institute of Languages, the University of Professional Studies, and the Chartered Institute of Marketing in the United Kingdom.
In November 2008, she received her postgraduate certificate in chartered marketing UK at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham, England.
She launched her debut album Twinkle in August 2010 after a year in the music industry. Three singles were released to support it: "Bo Wonsem Ma Me," "Wengeze," and "One Gal." She received two nominations for the 2010 4Syte Music Video Awards and five nominations for the 2011 Ghana Music Awards for the songs.
At the 2011 4Syte Music Video Awards, she won Best Story Line Video of the Year for her work with Richie on the song "One Gal."
Eazzy and Lynx Entertainment ended their business relationship in 2012 and separated ways. In 2014, she signed with UK Africori Distribution.
In 2014, she published her second album, Against All Odds, on iTunes. It includes the popular singles "Go Go Wind," "Scream," and "Bad to Da Bone," including Edem's vocals on the latter. In 2014 and 2015, she hosted the Ghana Music Awards.
She served as an official judge on the hip hop talent show The Next Big Thing. She also served as a judge on MTN Hit Maker seasons 4, 5, 7, and 8.
"Kpakposhito," "Nana" with Stonebwoy, "Forever" with Mr Eazi, "Power" with Shatta Wale, and the solo Hiphop/Afrobeats single "Obaa Gbemi" have all been published.
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