Meet British-Jamaican Rapper, Singer and Songwriter, Stefflon Don

Born to Jamaican parents in Birmingham, England, Stephanie Allen (aka Stefflon Don) is a dancehall/rap multilingual artiste. She is fluent in English, Dutch, and Jamaican Patois. Her music is heavily influenced by her Jamaican heritage.

At the age of 5 her family moved to Rotterdam in the Netherlands, then back to the UK to live in London at 14 where she’s been ever since.

In 2015, Stefflon Don started making a name for herself when she covered Wretch 32's "Six Words" and Section Boyz's "Lock Arff.". She collaborated with a number of prominent artists including Lethal Bizzle, Sneakbo, Wretch 32 on his 2016 album Growing Over Life and Jerimih’s single “London”.

In 2017, she featured on the song "Instruction" by Jax Jones and Demi Lovato, and her single "Hurtin' Me" featuring French Montana reached number 7 on the UK Singles Chart. Stefflon Don also worked with Drake and Lil Yachty on his single “Better”.

Stefflon Don inked a deal with Universal Records in March of 201 and became the signee to grace the newly created subcategory “54 London”. She is currently signed to Quality Control Music.