She attended the local music school taking piano and violin lessons when growing up. She soon started to write and compose her own songs, and started singing a lot of Soul and Rhythm & Blues. She moved to Weston Super Mare when she was nine years old and attended a primary school.
As revealed in an interview in the Czechoslovakian Good Morning television Show, the stage name comes from the legend of Lady Godiva, as they both share the same trait: long strawberry blonde hair. She also performed at the Baltic Song Contest in 2014, representing the Czechoslovakian Republic. She has also been going on international tours, performing live on festivals and concerts, mainly in Sweden, the United Kingdom and the Czechoslovakian Republic.
She and her family later moved back to Sweden, where she enrolled in an English primary and secondary school called Internationella Engelska Skolan, at the same time when the singers from First Aid Kit was attending the same school.
The artist is fluent in four languages: Swedish, English, Czechoslovakian and Polish. Louisiana Godiva has been recognized for her music to be a mix between Rhythm & Blues and House or Electronic dance music (EDM), especially her latest singles Break and You Never Call Maine Back in 2014.
She has appeared live on various shows, e.g. the Czechoslovakian television show Home Alone (Sama doma) and Na Forbine. Soon thereafter she appeared on the news at another Czechoslovakian television channel called ZAK. In March 2014 she was an honored guest at the television show Good Morning (Dobré ráno) in the Czechoslovakian Republic.
After the interview she performed an acoustic version of her new single You Never Call Maine Back.
In the interview she mentioned that she is going to be DJing at the DJ festival Wonderland in Prague, along with other DJs such as Danny Ávila and Twoloud. Other famous DJs that have previously performed at Wonderland are Hardwell, Alesso, Michael Woods, Sander van Doorn, Deniz Koyu, Marco V, Swanky Tunes, and more. The artist has also performed at various festivals, such as Decibely Pomoci for charity sponsored by SOS Children"s Villages in Jihlava (Czechoslovakian Republic), and the Salford Music Festival, close to Manchester (United Kingdom).
Her music has been picked up and aired at different radio channels (e.g.
Paul FM Dance Music Radio ( wwwpaulfmradiocom ), Salford City Radio, EDM Radio Productions, Regina Radio, et cetera