Robby Antonio Zumaya, known by his stage name ROB.B, has released his debut EP on iTunes and Tidal.

He’s a Rapper, Songwriter, Model, Actor, Gay Activist and PHINE. You may remember him from his 2010 collaboration with Bry’nt and Soloman on “Drop Ya Jaws.”

On his new EP, Eleven Eleven, ROB.B has called on industry pal Solomon once again to be featured on two tracks featured on the project, Block to Black and ROB.B & Clyde. What I love about ROB.B is that he unapologetically flaunts his sexuality through his lyrics and he continues to do that in his latest EP.


Hip-Hip music has a known history of homophobia and that’s something that ROB.B ironically fed off of in his journey throughout music. He recently spoke with OUT Magazine and stated,

“The roots of hip-hop were founded on creating an outlet for the underdog by allowing the artist to use their voice as a vessel to reach out to the people who share their common adversities.”


ROB.B’s, Eleven Eleven in now available on iTunes.

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