Rob: Earth-One’s song GOIN’ CRAZY is a powerful combination of vulnerability and determination

With its lyric dexterity and contagious energy, Rob: Earth-One's distinctive composite of hip-hop, R&B, and pop is compelling
21 July 2023

Meet Rob: Earth-One, a multi-talented artist hailing from Brooklyn, NY. He’s making a splash in the music industry with his unique style and captivating performances, based in Charlotte, NC.

TSC ENT (The Social Contract Entertainment, LLC) is making waves on the East Coast, thanks to their badass co-founder Rob. His unique music and passion are generating a buzz around him.

GOIN’ CRAZY is a heartfelt track by Rob: Earth-One where he shares his personal experiences, taking listeners on an emotional rollercoaster. He expresses his genuine desire to develop and become a better person for someone he deeply values.

This song’s beats and hooks are so contagious that people from all walks of life can’t help but groove along. It is a unique sound which really links the listeners.

Rob‘s song is a powerful mix of vulnerability and determination. The introspective lyrics and captivating melodies come together to showcase his unique talent for storytelling. With its lyric dexterity and contagious energy, Rob: Earth-One‘s distinctive composite of hip-hop, R&B, and pop is compelling.

He’s thrilled about his upcoming album release and a plethora of live gigs throughout the US. You’ll get plenty of opportunities to see him in action, whether it’s in Brooklyn, NY or Athens, GA, and even in Wilmington, NC and Columbia, SC.

Rob: Earth-One is making waves globally, especially in Africa. His music has been getting major love on MTV Base and playing non-stop on Kenya’s top TV and radio stations.

On top of his music gigs, Rob is going big in the entertainment biz. He just landed a sweet gig as a featured extra in an upcoming NBC Universal Comedy Film.

His versatility in the music industry is unmatched, proving that he’s a rising star in the music industry. Keep a watchful eye on this emerging artist.

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