Loraine Seville was born on 25 July 1986 in Kingston, Jamaica. She had a passion for music since she was in primary school and in 2004, Seville joined the Digicel Rising Stars in Mandeville to pursue music. Here she only made it to the top 100 but this did not slow her down. At this time, she was also a part time student at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts until 2006. Seville is also a holder of a Bachelors degree with Honours in Marketing/International Business from the University of Technology. Seville has collaborated with artists like Bugle in “Reserve”, Serani in “Crying Out For Peace”, “Naked” and “Rain A Fall” and with Vybz Kartel in “Mentally Ill”. She has made spectacular performance on the Coca Cola School Tour 2009, The RETV School Tour 2010 and The Gleaner School Tour 2010. She has also performed at the International festival Reggae Sumfest. Seville also released a number of singles including “Oh Yeah”, “Hideaway”, “Boss Ladies”, “Be Careful” and “Belly Wine”. She collaborated with singer I-Shawna in “Same Boy” and she also released “Really Over” are heartbreak song. Other notable collaborations are with Tony Matterhorn in “Love You Looking For” and with Serani in “Touch Me”.