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John Robinson

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One John Robinson is an American Hiphop artist, and another is a British techno rave D.J. who became famous in Tokyo for songs such as “Tokyo, Go” and “Jealousy.”

The fundamentals of foundational Hip-Hop pulsate vibrantly through the veins of the multi-dimensional artist, John Robinson. Born in the South Bronx and raised in Far Rockaway, Queens, this native New Yorker has sojourned through the underground scenes of New Jersey, Atlanta and Los Angeles with the result of creating a sound that is universally magnetic to hip-hop audiences of various backgrounds. With his Nas-like vocal tone and calm demeanor akin to C.L Smooth, Robinson AKA Lil Sci of the legendary east coast group ScienZ of Life, rekindles his alter-ego to autobiographically introduce to his new chiseled personality that spits nothing less than lyrical perfection. Inspired by Hip-Hop legends such as KRS-1, Slick Rick, Brand Nubian and KMD to name a few, JR has been rocking mics since before his first chin hair. These same legends helped Robinson to mold himself to a scientific sort of political advisor that enjoys speaking to audiences both en masse and one person at a time. And having performed with the likes of The Roots, Common, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Dead Prez, Run DMC, MF DOOM and many others nationally and internationally (i.e. Rome, Switzerland, Germany and Paris) John Robinson is a proven performance afficionado. If that weren’t enough this super energetic emcee, well seasoned in the marketing side and the creative side of urban music has elevated to the executive level.

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