Vicky's early life as a child was based on a Christian foundation, with both parents serving the Lord, Vicky wasn't far from God as her parents got her involved in church activities. She was pastored by Pastor Patrick Ofuru who saw the God's giving gift in her, and he made her the leader of the children choir as at that time. She explored worship and praise as well as going for interdenominational competitions and winning prices for the choir team and the church. She was later made the music director for the teenagers group of Agape for Christ. Vicky played her role in the danced group and took part in the movement for developing the minds of the teenagers.
She attended Federal Government girls college, Ibusa where she completed her secondary education. During her school days she was made the assistant stage director of the Music and creative club, due to her passion for dance and music.Vicky was also a member of the singing group called the melodious singers. It was at this time she started writing her songs from the inspiration of the holy spirit. After the struggle to get an admission into the university, She finally got admitted into Federal Polytechnic Auchi for a diploma in Accountancy. Shortly after the completion of the course, she travelled to London for her Bsc.
Her first single, Oba Alaye a jazz song was produced by Franknero music, and it won the heart of many listeners coming up as the number two hit track on Crown FM. It was a song adapted from her upcoming EP.