Iliana Eve is an American singer-songwriter who was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She got her professional start in the music industry with a single that was released through Snoop Dogg's record label- Doggy Style Records. TMZ then released "Kylie's Daddy", Iliana's collaboration with 22 Savage (aka Funny Mike), which went viral and trended. Later on, she performed a rendition of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" for the album Jazz (Deluxe) by Smith and Hay that hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz Charts. DJ Whoo Kid and Ranna Royce ended up remixing Iliana's "Can't Help Falling in Love" and some of her other songs and included them on the album The Whoodlum Ball that hit #1 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart and No. 156 on the Billboard Top 200.

In 2016, Iliana Eve was 14 years old when she collaborated with Heebz Street for the song "Letters" that premiered on Billboard and was released through Snoop Dogg's record label. She followed that up with "Long Damn Time", a song she wrote with Kanye West's songwriter Cyhi The Prynce. She's featured with Nitty Scott and one of the Pulse nightclub shooting survivors, Patience Carter on the song "Lost Souls". The emotional song was released through Billboard on the six month anniversary of the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting. The remix "49 Lives: Lost Souls" was released on the one year anniversary of the massacre. After this, the teenager received some notoriety for her TMZ premiered song "Kylie's Daddy" about reality star Kylie Jenner that also featured MTV Wild 'N Out Star Funny Mike.

At 14-years-old, Iliana Eve started her own record label with her Dad to raise awareness about child abuse. She recorded her song "Mommy" about child molestation with a Jamaican record producer; once again her song went viral. The single is partly inspired by Korn's song "Daddy" which addresses similar issues. She stated to Entrepreneur Magazine that "Recording ‘Mommy’ was a painful experience of reliving the nightmares and vocalizing them. The lyric that really hit me is 'the long showers I take that won't wash away the memories'. I'm hoping this song can make a difference, maybe even ease some pain that you are not alone." 

Iliana Eve was featured on "Too Ashamed", a song by Kxng Crooked that deals with his alcohol and substance abuse. She then collaborated with Eminem's Slaughterhouse on "Almost Paradise", a remix of the hit song from the Footloose Soundtrack released in 1984. The single "Almost Paradise" was #28 on the Spotify Charts in Canada. She also performed on "Daddy's Little Girl" with Inspectah Deck from Wu Tang Clan. Most of her songs and collaborations appear on the compilation album with Jonathan Hay, The Sins of A Father and the mixtape "Daddy Issues" that also went viral.  HipHopDX later premiered another of Iliana's single called "All Alone" with frequent Lil Yachty collaborator Kevin Pollari. Later in January 2018, Iliana performed on the viral single "Indiana" featuring Cyhi The Prynce. She's also a producer on Riff Raff's "Jazzmine".

During the last week of October 2018, her collaboration with Yung Bleu "Message In The Bottle" was in XXL Magazine's "Bangers This Week" after premiering on HipHopDX. In November, "Love You Goodbye" featuring T-Rell (who was discovered by Nelly) was released. Both songs will be appearing on the upcoming 2019 release Jail Tattoos: The Revisititation