Born in Kenya and raised in Ghana, 20-year old Juliet Huns has temporarily relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue her music dreams. The singer began her music career at the age of 15, recording her first single “Karibu (Welcome)” featuring Ghanaian sensation Stonebwoy.

Juliet Huns just released her North Hollywood recorded debut EP Behind The Scenes with rising producer Luke Sanchez. “Following my music dreams has definitely been a struggle. My parents always wanted me to be a lawyer or to do something with communications. There has been a lot of conflict with my parents in regards to the choices I have made with my life involving music. I’ve always been a rebel. Not a bad rebel, but a good one in the sense that I always fight for my dreams and what I believe in — regardless of who’s supporting me.”

Huns continues: “That’s the only reason I am doing my music today. It took a lot to get my parents to support me. The biggest move I pulled in order to change their minds is when they forced me on the plane back to University and Florida, and as soon as I landed, I wrote a letter to the school telling them I was leaving. At that point, I was in control and that’s when my parents saw how determined I was to go after my dreams. They were disappointed at first, but now they are so proud to see me doing what I love and accomplishing what I set out to do.”

Juliet Huns had a showcase for the music industry at LA’s historical venue The Mint on June 20th, but at the last minute she found out if she performed she would be violating the law due to her Visa. Although it was disappointing, it still didn’t deter her from her dreams. In July, she is part of a Deluxe Album release with producer Jonathan Hay and also Mike Smith and King Tech of BET’s TV Show One Shot.