Mina Alali was born in Connecticut, but at a young age moved to Davis, California where she was raised. Mina has always had a passion for music and the arts. At six-years-old she began classical piano lessons and at eight-years-old, she began musical theatre at Davis’ local theatre company. She continued with theatre until age twelve and in one of the shows, “Seussical the Musical,” met three other girls her age, and formed and managed an all-girl acapella singing group called “The 4 Harmonies.”
Over the course of two years, The 4 Harmonies sang the National Anthem at various events such as Fourth of July Celebrations, an NBA Sacramento Kings Game, and the Amgen Tour of California. It was through this group that she found an interest in sound recording and producing. After the group split up, Mina took up a solo career of recording covers of popular songs in her room with a small studio she set up herself. She also participated in a junior high choir, and eventually in a high school Jazz Choir.