BiographyBaby Blue started rapping while at school and eventually recorded a track called 'I Woulda', which was inspired by her cousin's gang-related death in the US. The track received heavy rotation and was the start of Baby Blue's career as a recording artist. When she was 19 she sent her music to UK artist Estelle, who immediately invited Baby Blue to New York to record the song 'Hey Girl' featuring John Legend, as well as 'Don't Talk', another track for Estelle's début album The 18th Day, which was certified gold in the UK and she was also featured rapping in the video for the hit top 20 track 1980.Later that year, Blue released the mixtape 'Out of the Blue Vol I' (with Volume II released two years later) which featured Estelle, members of So Solid Crew, Shystie, Sway, and Akala. Her first solo music video was for the single 'Sometimes,' which was released to push Vol II of the mixtape. This led Mobo Magazine to dub her "The Uncrowned Queen of the UK" and MTV to list her as "one of the hottest up 'n' coming stars".Baby Blue featured on British legends Madness' comeback single Sorry in 2007, which went to 23 in the UK pop chart and was on the soundtrack for FIFA 08. She recently toured with Estelle for four months, travelling around the US and Europe. Baby Blue has also worked with Ms. Dynamite, Kardinal Offishall, and Idris Elba.In 2010 in an interview with thekoalition.com Baby Blue stated that she is working on an EP to be released in March 2010 and an album to be released later on in the same year. On 17 March Baby Blue released a digital mixtape entitled Firefly. It was revealed that the title of her latest album would be called No Smoke Without Fire.On 20 July 2012 Baby Blue announced via Twitter that she has been signed by 3 Beat/Universal.On 26 July 2013 Baby Blue announced she had spent time in the recording studio with So Solid Crew singer Lisa Maffia, with each artist both contributing to forthcoming albums.