Born in 1969 in Detroit MI, Bogart Robinson was laid off in 2008 as a Chrysler factory worker. Robinson returned to a long time hobby of making music. Not knowing if he would ever be called back to work, Bogart, a self taught Guitar, pianist, keyboard player and composer releases his first CD “The Rise” in June of 2008 on the Halo Digital Records label. “Seven Pounds” the demo single rejected by Columbia Pictures for the movie is Bogart’s second release in December of 2008. After the loss of his nephew and step-daughter's father, a song written by Bogart called “If I Could See U Again” would become his third instrumental release in May of 2009 on the Halo Digital label. Returning to complete a unfinished project with the in-house band for his record label, aka ‘The Manor St. Hustlers’, would come the single '18th Street Shuffle'. In April of 2010 Bogart teams up with Detroit underground rapper Michael ‘Magnetic’ Proof aka ‘The Ghost' to create a song for the Iron Man 2 movie entitled 'Iron Man Here He Comes'. A poem entitled 'Right Here With U' written for Bogart's wife is released as a single in July of 2010. Scheduled for release in August of 2014 is the Listen album by Bogart Robinson.