Destined to be America's next singing diva and household name, Roz's raw and dynamic vocals have been compared to the towering crescendos of electrifying rocker Tina Turner and the versatile soul sensation Gladys Knight. She effortlessly crosses the boundaries of Gospel, Blues, R&B, Pop and Rock and Roll, creating a vocal experience that is magical, sonically eclectic, and spiritually empowering. Whether Roz is performing her one woman piano cabaret, intimate trio or with her eight piece band, she is known for delivering an energetic and compelling live performance, engaging the crowd and always leaving her audiences wanting and screaming for more. 

Coming from a family of talented musicians, it was no surprise that this New York native demonstrated star-like quality early on, belting out gospel tunes in church at the tender age of 3. Roz received formal training at The FAME School; Fiorello H. La Guardia H.S. of Music and Art.

She has shared the stage with and provided background vocals for recording artists Stevie Wonder, Patti Labelle, Mary J. Blige, Stephanie Mills, and the late great Natalie Cole and Aretha Franklin.

Roz is an all around talent, whose aspirations have gone beyond music, entering the worlds of stage and television, making her NEXT in the long American tradition of multitalented female artists, appearing on NETFLIX's hit Emmy Award winning series "When They See Us", "Orange is the New Black", "Billions", "Power", "The Leftovers", "Broad City", "Third Watch" and "Law & Order: SVU" among others. She has also graced the Broadway, Off-Broadway and International stages, appearing in such productions as "Footlose", "One Mo'Time", "Dreamgirls", "Hair", "Ain't Misbehavin", "Little Shop of Horrors", and recently starring as Alberta Hunter in the critically praised "Leaving the Blues". 

Having worked in such productions has allowed Roz to work with some of the most renowned songwriters and directors such as Brian May of Queen, Tony Award winning directors Walter Bobbie and Andrew Lloyd Webber, James Rado, Grammy Award winning writers Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow, Alan Menken and the lates Neil Simon and  Cy Coleman.