Lolene was raised by her mother and describes herself as "independent by default" for this reason. While in Bristol, Lolene began singing backing vocals for Martina Topley-Bird (vocalist for Tricky) and also collaborated with local drum and bass pioneer Roni Size.
On relocating to London, Lolene signed a development deal with BMG Records to front their latest girl group. She wrote the group's material, but left shortly after to pursue a solo career and focus on her songwriting. Lolene created her alter ego, Miss Foo Foo, while involved in London's club scene.
Lolene moved to Los Angeles and signed to Beluga Heights/Sony ATV after being discovered by record producer J.R. Rotem (Rihanna, Britney Spears) and his manager Zach Katz. Initially hired as a writer, Lolene began developing her personal sound with the help of Rotem and other producers. In 2009 Lolene signed to Capitol EMI where she recorded her debut album ‘The Electric Hotel’ to critical acclaim from the New york times and developed a growing fan base all over the world.
Lolene released her debut single Sexy People in 2009. The track reached No. 5 as of Billboard Magazine Dance Club Chart 1 December 2009 issue. The first official single from her album, Rich (Fake It Til You Make It) was released on 19 April 2010. An official music video was shot for the song and premiered on 29 June 2010.
Following her departure from Capitol records Lolene has continued working as an in demand songwriter with Sony and launching her label 21:12 Entertainment in collaboration with Universal. Currently based in Stockholm, she is working on new artist material while managing singing teen sensation Nova Miller.