Sharon began singing gospel music at an early age of six. At family gatherings, Sharon's mother would call her in from playing outside to sing her favorite songs.

Sharon joined her childhood church choir and realized her passion and calling to music. She accepted Christ Jesus and began the quest of her ministry in gospel music. At 15, the church's youth coordinator quickly recognized Sharon's gift to lead and influence others and asked her to accept the position of choir directress.

Sharon went on to sing with the Long Beach Children of Christ Church where she was one of the leading soloists and participated in numerous workshops and community choirs in the Long Beach area. Sharon landed in Las Vegas where she felt God had a plan for her to grow spiritually and minister to the lost of Las Vegas.

From 1992 to 2003, Sharon founded and directed Vision of Praise Gospel Ensemble (VOP), which also performed at the House of Blues in Las Vegas at the Gospel Brunch. Additionally, VOP performed at many different venues, including a seven-week tour in Japan. After 11 years, Sharon was led to take her ministry to another level and began her solo career in 2004.

Sharon is the oldest of two sisters and one brother. Her hobbies include writing poems, songs and plays. Artists John P. Kee and Kim Burrell, and evangelist Beatrice Gardner are Sharon's favorites.

Those who have had the greatest influence in her life are her mother, Nell McCree; Hazel Jones; Loyce Hall; Carol Friend; and Lilly Harris.