A Washington DC native, with Jamaican blood, Robzie has always been drawn to musical forms of self expression. Her adventures led her to work with some of her favorite producers including Grammy nominated producer/mixer/engineer Ghian Wright, and Multi Grammy Award Winner/ Gold & Platinum Record Producer/Engineer, Niko Bolas. She also wound up touring with multiple projects as a hired gun. 2013 was spent traversing Europe and the US on a tour, which led her to eventually launch RadaR along with fellow-founding band-mates Charles Maven and Jay Ford. In 2018, Robzie joined The OSYX, a local powerhouse ensemble of women from other notable local projects as well. They went on to funnel the attention they were garnering as The OSYX toward the new nonprofit they would kick off together called, This Could Go Boom!
A series of packed shows and a sold out release party were just the beginning! Check out the nonprofit, This Could Go Boom!, and see how you can participate or donate to the mission of amplifying marginalized voices in the music industry!
Robzie is now looking to help however she can to expand the visibility of minority women in writing and film. A hobbyist poet and screenwriter, her interest in the realm of storytelling has grown and she believes in it's potential for creating unity in these highly polarized times. "When there's finally a number of black stories amplified, they're often too many times focused on black trauma. What about black triumphs? What about the black 'girl next door'? What about the other Octavia Butlers out there with sci-fi gems just waiting to rise through the ranks? The value of their stories transcend even the deepest desires of other black women. Everyone misses out when marginalized voices are overlooked..."
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