Growing up with a significantly disabled brother, Nohemy’s childhood was far from normal. Her brother Rafael was unable to walk, speak or even eat, but his happy energy and beautiful spirit were a constant source of inspiration and motivation. Ironically, his inability to move his arms or legs made Nohemy appreciate her own physical abilities and push herself as an athlete. His inability to speak, made her appreciate her voice and push herself as a musician. She was shattered when Rafael died in her arms when she was 20 years old. Unable to fill that void in her life, she spent a couple of rough years filled with bad decisions while she sorted that out. Her story is one filled with tough life lessons that are now used as the fuel for her edgy, lyrical storytelling and ever evolving sound. The harsh reality of jail time at an early age was the unlikely catalyst that actually propelled her to follow her passion and look inside herself for her own motivation.