D’Angel was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica and sang in high school. She modeled internationally in the 1990s, and returned to Jamaica in 2002. She holds an associate’s degree in Accounting and Management. According to The Gleaner, 2004 and 2005 were her “breakout years.”
There was a celebrity marriage between D’Angel and Beenie Man in 2006, and they recorded the song One Man together.
D’Angel was banned from performing at Sting for five years in 2013 by Isaiah Laing of Supreme Promotions. Due to her impromptu performance of a “lyrical battle” at Sting 30 which was considered “raunchy” by Laing, she was banned. She was also criticized for her clothing choice at the event by Billboard, which described it as “provocative” and “revealing.”
Through her song of the same name, she embarked on a tour in the United States in 2017, addressing violence and crime.
As a performer and presenter at the 28th IRAWMA Awards in New York, she was nominated for Best Female Deejay. She was also honored as Singjay of 2008 at the 2009 EME Awards. The Style Observer Awards 2008 recognized her with Digicel’s People’s Choice Award. The Entertainment Distinction Awards recognized her as “Female Artiste of the Year.” In 2016, she performed at “Galiday Bounce” in Ewarton.
She reached the top of Jamaica’s music video charts with her song Stronger. She recorded “Whipped” in 2017, a response to Dexta Daps’ song Owner.
Recordings have been made with Jabari C.G. Productions LLC, Majestic Records, and Sweet Rains