Stefflon Don is a British rapper, singer, and songwriter from England. She was born on 14 December 1991 and her birthplace in Birmingham, West Midlands, England. Her height is about 5′ 6”. She rose to fame after her 2017 single “Hurtin’ Me” featuring French Montana peaked at number 7 on UK Singles Chart. Stefflon Don’s real name is Stephanie Victoria Allen.
Stefflon Don was born in Birmingham and has seven siblings, one of them being rapper Dutchavelli.
When she was five years old her family moved to Rotterdam, Netherlands but at the age of fourteen, she returned to Britain to study at a London school.
Stefflon has been singing and writing music since primary school and recorded a ”Hard Knock Life” song with a rapper called U-Niq at the age of 9 but the song was never released.
She worked as a cake decorator and hairdresser before becoming hip hop singer.
Don first surfaced in 2015 by releasing a cover of Wretch 32’s “6 Words”, and went on to be featured on tracks such as Lethal Bizzle’s “Wobble”, Sneakbo’s “Work” remix, Angel’s Hop-On, and KSI’s 2016 song “Touch Down”, which appears on the soundtrack of the 2017 film Baywatch.
Fashion Killa (Papapapa) by Mason released 16 August 2016 was written by Stefflon Don and Mason.
Don made her first appearance on an American song with the track “London” by singer Jeremih and was later featured on Lil Yachty’s “Better” from the album Teenage Emotions.
On 16 December 2016, Don released her first mixtape titled ”Real Ting”.
After that, she has signed for 54 London a subsidiary of Universal Music Group that was created just for her.
A few months later, she was featured on the dancehall track “Instruction” with Jax Jones and Demi Lovato.
On 15 August 2017, she released the lead single “Hurtin’ Me” with French Montana from her debut EP titled Hurtin which reached number 7 on the UK Singles Chart.
On 29 November, Don took home the award for ”Best Female” at the 2017 MOBO Awards.
In March 2018 Don appeared on the front cover of the final print edition in the 66-year run of NME.
In March 2018 Don was featured on the remix for American singer Halsey’s ”Alone” along with American rapper Big Sean and peaked at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100.