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Rogue MC

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"Launch Pad Live (Sponsored by WVGS 91.9 FM"

Rogue (Tues March 27, 2006)

A Georgia Southern rapper who expresses intense feelings with her rhymes, Rogue provides a great performance with dynamic stage presence. Somewhat smaller in stature, Rogue performs with a bark that's just as mean as her bite. She grasps the audience's attention by placing them in relentless lyrical headlocks that shove listeners face first into her world of songs. Devoid of the meaningless "snap style" rap that has overtaken the music industry today, Rogue provides a deep and very appealing show that excercises your mind. Songs such as "Listen" and "Blood and Tears" have been featured on 91.9 The Buzz's Launchpad and have recieved great public response. These songs as well as others, convey personal life experiences with raw emotion to paint a beautiful hip-hop image on the canvas of statesboro. - The 11th Hour Newspaper

"The Ladies are Taking Over At The Annual A3C Hip Hop Festival"

(Atlanta-March 5, 2008)

Talented Women representing all elements of Hip Hop culture and the men who support them will converge on Saturday, March 22, 2008 from 6-9pm at the annual A3C Hip Hop Festival. The event will be located in Vinyl, part of the CW Midtown Music Complex, and is free and open to all ages.
Women in Hip Hop III: Love and Money is the third edition of an event that includes a panel discussion addressing the issues women in Hip Hop face and an exhibition showcasing the amazing things that women in Hip Hop are doing. The event features local and nationally recognized women in the four elements of Hip Hop (break Dancing, graffitti, emceeing and DJing), women who have made successful careers in Hip Hop between the performers/panelists and the audience.
Special guests this year include: pioneering, NYC emcee and only female member of the Juice Crew, Roxanne Shante'; So So Def/EMI songwriter Cri$tyle; legendary West Coast popper and locker b-girl Aiko; the AJC's "Music Insider" columnist Sonia Murray; CBS radio's Aisha Hardimon; emcee JBoogie AKA Lois Lane; DJ Cha Cha Jones; Publisher and CEO of Word on the Streets Magazine Isis Wisdom; emcee Rogue; WREKroom Renaissance's Skye Blaze; Spelman's Marion Wright; and the original b-girl from the 1980's Rock Steady Crew, Baby Love. The event is hosted by the notorious female memebrs, b-girls Vendetta and Severe, of Atlanta's finest break dancing crew Burn Unit and moderated by Kecia Ellick, local representative for the Red Bull Music Academy. The Men are not left out either, local emcee and marketer Senor Kaos shares how he has been influeced by women in Hip Hop. - A3C/ Burn Unit Press Release


2007- "Got Sumthin For You" (Album)

2008- "DJ Flux presents..."Only The Realest: Rogue MC" (Mixtape)

2009-"Desert Rose" Coming Soon

2007- (Radio Single) "Knowledge on the side", played on 91.9 WVGS

2007- (Radio Single) "Listen", played on 91.9 WVGS

2008- (Radio Single) "How I Feel" played on 91.9 WVGS



When you think of the south you may hear the sounds of crunk music or strictly dance music. When you think of female rappers you may think of an artist only rapping about money and sex. When you hear the female emcee “Rogue” you’ll never carry any of those stereotypes again. Rogue is a new breed of emcee that comes from the southeast region of the U.S. Born in the city of Atlanta and raised in Lithonia, Ga this Rogue MC got a taste of the city and the suburbs while also experiencing the hardships of growing up in a household with a mostly absent father and a family who she felt didn’t understand her. In the early years of Rogue’s life she was a quiet observer of people and the situations going on around her. She would write about anything in her note book from fights at home, friends dealing drugs, to the time she was in state custody and stayed at a children’s shelter. In 2004 Rogue lost her mother to breast cancer and this event caused her to grow up faster than she expected. This new growth has given her a mature and realistic outlook on life itself and reflects this in her music. This 21yr old emcee gradually developed and grew into the fiery tempered, against the grain, artist known as Rogue.
Rogue has been turning her writings into songs since the age of 12. She also has experience in beat making and production and has been at this craft since she was 14 years old. In 2005 she linked up with fellow artist Lejit under Something Outta Nothing Productions (S.O.N) and continues to work with Stealth and Exzile who make up the rest of the beat and production squad. Rogue has released two albums “Got Sumthin for You” and her sophomore album “The Rogue MC.” Through Rogue’s music and performances at Django’s, Club Flamingo, The Central Bar & Bistro, and other Atlanta hot spots Rogue has earned respect from everyone who sees her raw talent first hand. Recently Rogue was part of the A3C Hip Hop festival in Atlanta as part of the Women in Hip Hop Panel and exhibition amongst other prominent females such as emcee Roxanne Shante and DJ Cha Cha Jones. She continues to try and spread her music and message of being a strong woman to other areas such as Charleston, S.C where she performed at a stop the violence block party in 2006 and Athens, G.A where she continues to make appearances at The Caledonia Lounge and Tasty world since 2007. Rogue’s personality on stage and in and out the studio has caused her to earn the name “Rogue MC” which was given to her from her friend DJ Flux. With songs such as “Reckless”, “I Died” & “Knowledge on the Side” Rogue’s sophisticated and lyrical style can only be described as being two things… real and true to her heart.