La Flora Venenosa always had an infatuation for music. She was always traveling since a young age. Therefore, she heard all different kinds of music from country to soul, jazz, rock, alternative, rap, salsa, reggae, blues, etc. She loved the way music made her feel.
She grew up a tomboy always looking up to her big brother. Often wearing clothes 3 to 4 sizes to big and playing the roughest sports she could, one of which was boxing. She fell in love with the sport and went on to win several national amateur boxing titles. She later took a trip to New York in an effort to turn professional and permanently pursue her boxing career.
While in New York, music opportunities arose for her. She was asked to be in a Sean Paul and Busta Rhyme's video. After doing the video she decided to pursue one more career, in the music industry. La Flora Venenosa flew back to California and hooked up with an artist named "Gritsitory" and Pole Power Records. Her boxing career was slowing down at this point. She had a new interest on her mind.
She began touring the U.S. and Costa Rica with various artist such as E-40, Bone Thugs n Harmony, T-Pain, Too Short, Andre Nickatina, Tech N9NE, Digital Underground, The Pack and RBL Posse. After being noticed by other artist on tour she was asked to get on Kali Fla's "5's and Dime's" and "Road Trip's" album, then Gritsitory had asked her to get on the "Hustle Maniacs" project, which would open a lot of doors for her.
The Hustle Maniac's project brought her tremendous attention. So many fans were asking when she was going to put out a solo album. La Flora Venenosa started working on her solo album right away. She has currently just dropped "The Poisonous Flower" and is working hard to get it out everywhere. Her goal for the album is to push 50,000 units independently. There's been a huge void for female artist in the rap industry, La Flora Venenosa's here to feel that void.