Robb Free

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About Robb Free

In the artist’s words:
Describe one of your earliest musical memories in detail. My band Rhythm-N-Poetry opened up for Outkast at the Bell Auditorium in Augusta, GA during their ATLiens promo run. Do or Die and Crucial Conflict was on that same show. We went on before Outkast and repped Augusta hard!
What are your top 3 all-time favorite albums on Apple Music, and why? Why did you choose these three albums in particular? Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend – The Best of Bob Marley & The Wailers (2002 Edition) Miles Davis, Kind of Blue Nas, Illmatic Miles Davis set the standard and changed the sound of jazz. Nas gave me master class in lyricism and story telling. Bob Marley inspired me to reach within and create art to uplift the people.
Find a song of yours on Apple Music that you love and tell us what makes it special. Tell us why you chose this song. “Queen H@rr!e+” “When we loot in the street They call it robbery What you expect to see Til we all are free We were robbed of our names Put in shackles and maimed How many peaceful protests brought us liberty” This is the social justice climate in America.
What’s one of the most memorable moments in your career so far? When my band met Wendy Day and Rhymefest in Detroit around 1996-1997, she showed us so much love and saw and appreciated our original sound. We went to the Boot Camp Clik concert later that night had a ball and soaked up game.
Is there anything left on your bucket list as an artist or band? My bucket list would be to work with my favorites from Stevie Wonder, Qtip, The Ojays, KRS1, and Rakim while remaining independent.

Augusta, GA, United States
November 2, 1975

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