Cheryline Lim was born 10 March 1983. She was born to a Bornean-born Chinese father, and a mother of a mixed of Indian and Dutch heritage.
She performed as the opening act on Kanye West's Australian tour in March 2006.
Also, she co-wrote Carmit Bachar's single "Fierce", Ricki-Lee's debut single "Hell No!" and Leona Lewis's song "Can't Breathe".
Her second album was later confirmed and given the working title Feel Good, named after the first single from the album.
The first single "Feel Good" from this album is strongly influenced by Reggae and Dancehall music just like her first single "I Fell In Love With The DJ" from her debut album (Things Happen For A Reason) which features Jamaican Dancehall artist "Cham". The music video for "Feel Good"premiered online on 11 January 2010.
The album Feel Good was released on 10 February 2010 in Japan via EMI Japan.
The album has so far garnered the singles "Feel Good" and "Missing".
Her third album and first cover album, called Luv Songs was released on 20 July 2011 in Japan only, which featured covers of songs by American R&B singers such as Ne-Yo, Minnie Ripperton and Whitney Houston and also songs in Japanese.