Dubbed "Princess Fatu Gayflor, the golden voice of Liberia", she has performed at major music venues and festivals throughout the world and has made a number of recordings. In 1978, at just 12 years of age, she joined the Liberian National Cultural Troupe (LNCT) in Keneja. With the LNCT she learned traditional songs from 16 different ethnic groups across Liberia.
She eventually became the group"s lead singer and toured throughout the world with the ensemble.
Notably performing at the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition. Gayflor made her first two solo albums in Liberia during the mid-1980s.
She left the country for the Ivory Coast in 1989 due to the First Liberian Civil War. Making her third album while residing in a refugee camp.
She lived for a time as a refugee in Guinea before emigrating to the state of Pennsylvania in the United States where she currently resides.
She has become a fixture at folk music events in the Philadelphia area, such as the Philadelphia Folk Festival. She currently teaches at the Folk Arts Cultural Treasures Charter School which is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.