Talented across a myriad of mediums, T.Rozie is leaving her mark in the music and film industry as one of the most versatile and creative artists out.
Decatur, Georgia-born, T.Rozie was connected to music since in the womb. From her early ages into her adolescence, she would spend a culmination of 25 years expanding on her interests in dancing and rhythm, becoming a trained professional in the arts of ballet, tap, and hip-hop, along with modern, contemporary, and jazz dance.
Founding her production company, Lilly’s Vision Productions, named after her late grandmother, T.Rozie is expanding her horizons as a professional recording artist manifesting her dreams alongside Abe Clark of Salt Media Management. Thus far, her releases have proven to be of worth, resonating with listeners and building a connection that has given way to a rapidly growing fanbase.
Always one to be creating art, T.Rozie has a number of projects recently released and in the works that will change the scope of who she is and the future awaiting her in the industry. Her Freshman EP “Luv it here” with the suspenseful story of a crybaby thug has already broken the 1 million streams level with fan-favorite tracks like “Tragic,” “Luv it here,” and “Boy.” As its success continues to shatter milestones, T.Rozie is also making moves as the second half involved in the new anthem for the Atlanta Falcons alongside fellow Atlanta artist, China Monae. T.Rozie has also been exercising her talent in the film industry, appearing in the Valerie Knox, Paige Gaines, and Jamia Tucker-produced afro-inspired play, XOXO Sane Jane recently performed in Atlanta Ga at the 7Stages Theater.
T.Rozie is on a mission to influence with her tomboy style as she creates music relatable to the modern-day community of young leaders. Already touring and opening up for artists like Jacques, her name is reaching worldwide. Check out her body of work and stay locked for the upcoming visuals for her chart-climbing song “BOY” on October 17th.