Huff's vocal prowess and passion for songwriting seems only natural given her family background. Her father, Dann Huff, is a highly sought after producer and session guitarist producing albums for the likes of Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts and performing on hits by Michael Jackson, Madonna and Faith Hill. Huff began her first foray into performing as an accomplished dancer which she still uniquely incorporates into her live shows. Beginning dance lessons at the age of seven, she joined the Opryland Kids Club at age eleven in the final year the theme park was open. It was there she realized she had to sing if she wanted to continue to perform as a dancer. "I was actually afraid to sing because people came in and out of my dad's studio who could sing really well," Huff recalls. "But I did it and wound up singing all through high school."
Music was always in Huff's blood, but it wasn't until college that she truly discovered her love for songwriting - and it didn't take long for Huff's powerhouse voice and flair for storytelling to get noticed. In December 2006, she was approached by Anderson Merchandisers. Anderson Companies is one of the nation's largest distributors of pre-recorded music, movies, and books, which services retail stores throughout the U.S. The company was launching its own record label, Liquid Digital Media, and wanted Huff to be the first artist they signed.
After graduating from Belmont University in Nashville, Huff began working on her album and co-wrote every song on the upcoming release. In addition, a song Huff co-wrote with Tommy Lee James and Stefanie Ridel entitled "I'm Done" appeared on the Pussycat Dolls' latest album Doll Domination in early 2008.