Her music has already been featured on Vh1 and MTV, she has worked closely with designers NYMPHA London, Betsey Johnson, Iron Fist Clothing, and Married to the Mob, amongst others and has been officially sponsored by Monster Products, Manic Panic, 5 Gum, and Aids Healthcare Foundation. As the queen of the “MISFIT” Nation—a term she coined to define her “fun and diverse” fan base—Woods’ musical and fashion influence on young Misfits is spreading around the globe.
After high school, Woods relocated to NY where she scored a position singing background vocals and assisting an artist and manager with day-to-day operations. Through this experience, Woods met her current music producer ARC Danger from Pharsound Productions (Ke$ha, Black Kids, Snoop Dog, Shiny Toy Guns, Missy Elliot, and more). The two decided to move to Atlanta and focus their energies on her solo project. The collaboration between Woods and songwriter, Ursula Yancy happened quickly, who penned Rihanna’s hit record “Skin” from her album Loud. The dynamic duo came up with the infectious monster jam “Gangstas, Geeks and Freaks.”
The dance-oriented track became the lead single from Wood’s self-financed debut EP “Holl.E.Woods”, an ode to the unapologetic underbelly of a city decorated by society’s outcasts, led by Woods herself. A play on her name, Holl.E.Woods is a brilliant and unorthodox concept album full of zealous singles. Later, she re-released the album, as “ALMOST FAMOUS”, with four new songs on it including her hit song, B.My.Lover.
Playing numerous gigs including events, venues and large festivals, the relatable black swan of the bubble gum world has shared the stage with the likes of Robyn, Sasha Gradiva, Adam Lambert, Natalia Kills, The Millionaires, Karmin, Hey Monday, The Ready Set and many more. She has also performed at a variety of PRIDE Festivals across the map, making the hyperambitious Woods somewhat of a global ambassador for tolerance and positive change.