Trafficking mind-altering pills in a rental car with her longtime lover has become normal for 19-year-old Kirbie Amor Capelton. Almost too normal. And her disregard for speeding laws nearly costs her her freedom. The dream was never to be big in the drug game, but rather to transform her life's struggles into captivating music with hopes to parlay it into a successful singing career. Kirbie has never been more certain that she can pull it off; after all, her gutsy songs are adored by fans in several states across the country so far. The only problem is that people close to her have other plans for her life.
Then there's the good-looking La'Renz "Buddy Rough" Taylor, who was once a multi-millionaire music mogul but is now a recently released felon with a failed record label. His goal is to rebuild his name and his career and become #1 again. But with a despicable, well-publicized past he's finding it difficult to move around in the industry and to secure talent willing to work with him again. Yet, all of this seems to change when he stumbles across a song performed by a young girl named Kirbie.