Since arriving on the scene on the hit show MTV’s “My Super Sweet-Sixteen” in March 2006, the young Englewood, NJ native Darnell “Juice” Robinson has been crowned the Grandson of Hip Hop. It was only a matter of time before the young musically engineered artist in the making would make his mark in the music industry.
Coming from a family of music, Robinson always dreamed of becoming a performer. With legendary grandparents Joseph and Sylvia Robinson who not only founded Sugar Hill Records now owned by his parents but who were also the individuals responsible for introducing the world to It’s first hip hop album on vinyl. Robinson received a glimpse of what it was like to be a performer between the tender ages of seven to twelve when he was given once in a lifetime opportunities to perform with legendary groups such as The Sugarhill Gang and former multi-platinum hit group N’Sync. Because his family has worked with so many musical greats like Gladys Knight and Kid Rock, Robinson’s exposure to an array of music genres gives him a lead over other artists and allows his music to be incomparable and refreshing.
With music being instilled in him from birth, Robinson not only possess the talent to be an incredible artist, but Robinson is also making a name for himself as a producer and writer. Robinson debuted his lyrical talents on national television during his premiere of his super sweet sixteen, which included a host of celebrities such as Rihanna (his date), songstress Lil Mo, female rapper Remy Martin and many others and not to mention Jim Jones and Juelz Santana beside him on stage. After doing such an amazing job performing at his sweet sixteen extravaganza which is still being aired on MTV networks, the Grandson of Hip Hop has been performing, producing and writing music not only for himself but other notable artist as well. Robinson has been on the scene consistently building his brand and production company (Rack Up Boy Productions). Producing songs for artists like Lil Wayne and Young Joc gave the young superstar an even greater fan base. Robinson music career is soaring and he is currently developing his highly anticipated debut album (not yet titled) with his main producer’s Natural Disaster and Antonio “Top Cat” of Peachtree Music Group/U.N.I. Productions.
While managing commercials, music and school you can be sure to also catch Darnell “Juice” Robinson performing at sold out concerts with hip hop artists Juelz Santana, Jim Jones, Cam’ron and Lupe Fiasco. He is truly living up to his title as the Grandson of Hip Hop and his music is definitely material that is sure to keep his ten million plus global fan base captivated.