After continuous trouble with record labels, Simms appeared on The Voice in 2012, where she belted out her iconic, chart-topping covers of Roxeanne and It’s A Man’s World. She finished the show as runner-up and was signed to Cee Lo Green’s label.
Simms released her first solo single Wild Child with Cee Lo Green shortly after her season on The Voice, seemingly dropping her gritty and rock-n-roll persona. It was later revealed by Simms that she was forced into a corner and had no choice but to comply with what the label wanted. After having dealt with this kind of behavior from labels since the beginning of her career as Automatic Loveletter, Simms began a year-long struggle against Cee Lo’s label in 2013.
After finally being released from the iron grip of a major-record label, Simms began crowd-funding for a new solo EP in 2014. The campaign was a success and Simms released All or Nothing early 2015.
The following year Simms released From the Grave, a compilation of songs she had written for All or Nothing but couldn’t release on the EP because they would’ve made it too long.
Simms released several singles and music videos independently until she was signed by Sumerian Records in 2019. The following year, she released her last EP, Descent, serving as the end of Juliet Simms, and the birth of Lilith Czar.