It’s about time there is a female emcee that is spitting true knowledge. Sa-Roc is truly talented, she talking about things that are relevant not this crap that is playing on the radio. Sa-Roc was born and raised in the Southeastern quadrate Washington, DC in an Afrocentric household. Sa-Roc grew up listening Go-Go a sub-genre of funk music that originated in Washington, DC. In the mid-1960s to the late 1970s, Sa-Roc also grew up listening to Jimi Hendrix, Billie Holiday, Lenny Kravitz and The Cranberries. Sa-Roc is a writer and poet. Sa-Roc was 19 years old when she started rapping her interest was piqued so she decided to write a rap. Sa-Roc was not serious until she met Sol Messiah, a Atlanta producer and Be-Boy. I think this meeting was a gift from the ‘Almighty’, because we would not have heard about this talented female emcee. Sa-Roc should be played on the radio. It’s a shame that the major record companies don’t know what to do with true talent, or should I say they are afraid of true talent because they can’t mold them into a cash machine. Like Nicki Minja, and Rihanna they are so made up and commercial. Sa-Roc is a beautiful black woman who doesn’t have to be made up plus she has talent. My favorite Sa-Roc songs are “Valley Of The Queen”, “Endustry”, “The Girl Who Could Fly”, “Dark MatterZ” and “Just-Us (4 Troy). If you have not heard any of Sa-Roc music I suggest you YouTube it, listen to her music the knowledge she rapping in all of her songs is what needs to be said and heard. Sa-Roc can be heard on Streetwise Radio.