In 2000, at age 14, Bingham was recruited by producer KayGee to form the group Tha" Rayne, signed to Arista. The group recorded an album, appeared on a bunch of labelmates tracks including Jaheim"s Fabulous that hit #1 on the United States Billboard Adult Rhythm & Blues chart for three weeks from February 1, 2003 to February 22, 2003. The group released the single "Didn"t You Know", peaking at #76 in September 2003 on the United States Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart.
Their debut album, "Reign Supreme" never came out and the group disbanded in 2005.
From 2003, Bingham started to collaborate to various artists, getting writing and/or vocals credits on songs from Talib Kweli, Patti Labelle, Lupe Fiasco, Black Sheep, P. Diddy, Christina Aguilera Mary J. Blige, Sunshine Anderson, Busta Rhymes, Nas, Keyshia Cole, Amerie, Mýa or Monica. At age 18, Bingham became the youngest female Chief Executive Officer of a major-affiliated label and the youngest female record executive.
She formed the label "Muzic Park" with Grammy award winning beatmaker Rockwilder and was the label"s first artist through a record deal with Motown in the United States and Island Records in the United Kingdom. She released the singles "Come Get lieutenant", "Is lieutenant Good To You" and "One More Chance" and released her debut album "The First Seed" in the United Kingdom in October 2006.
She took some time out of the record industry to do Gospel/Inspirational music but eventually returned to secular Rhythm & Blues in 2010 with a new song called "Circles" that was featured in the movie "King of Paper Chasin".
She also announced acting projects. In 2013, she teamed up with alternative Rhythm & Blues producer and partner in life Nyce Hitz to record new material. From October 29 to December 31, 2013, Bingham offered a music series untitled "Taste Tuesdays" consisting of the release through the online music magazine Singersroom, of 10 unreleased songs, most of them being exclusive songs not appearing on her 10-tracks mixtape "Number Artificial Flavorz" that she released subsequently, on January 7, 2014, promoted by singles "Cuffin" and "Can We Stay" (featuring Kardinal Offishal).
The same year Bingham was featured on Cam"ron"s single "So Bad" with Nicki Minaj.
In April 2015, Bingham released the single "Hard to Love".
While being a member of Tha" Rayne, Bingham was also getting a name for herself as the appointed vocalist of veteran hip-hop group De Louisiana Soul, being featured on various of their songs and singles, and accompanying them on tour between 2000 and 2004.