Sa-Roc is a hip hop artist, public speaker, and health and wellness advocate born and raised in Washington D.C. Her music career was born in Atlanta at the intersection of the activism and independent hip-hop communities. After meeting dj/producer Sol Messiah, she quickly made a name for herself on Atlanta’s music scene. Alongside her producer, Sa-Roc began to prodigiously release music, dropping over eight projects in 6 years. Her crisp articulation, fiery delivery, and insightful lyricism has often placed her within the same conversation of some of hip hop’s most notable artists, leading to her eventually sharing the stage with the likes of Black Thought, The Roots, Common, and Jay Electronica. In 2018, she released the self-empowerment anthem “Forever”. The song struck a chord with many, creating a viral sensation that led to worldwide critical acclaim, amassing over 5 millions views on YouTube. In 2020, she embarked on a national tour with Rapsody and made her debut on the world-renowned NPR Tiny Desk At Home series that led fans to describe her simply as “the truth” and technically “the best lyricist in recent times.” She released her 13th studio album, The Sharecropper’s Daughter, on Rhymesayers Entertainment in the fall of 2020.