Listening to the freshness of this native New Yorker's sound is reminiscent of icons that paved the way before him, yet pushes forward with a unique flavor that hints at something never quite heard before. With music videos already reaching over 30 million homes nationwide, Rob, an Ivy League grad, has gained a noteworthy boost in popularity. His music is featured on ESPN and TV One broadcasts as well as several nationwide Verizon Wireless radio ads. Radio One's industry magazine, The Frequency, pegged Rob as an artist "on track to being next!" A true entertainer, Rob's live show (often featuring a full horn section) is simply amazing! His recent national tour with the OWN Network's Paul Carrick Brunson and breakthrough performance for BET Music Matters and Vh1 Save the Music in NYC held par with a string of sold-out shows at venues such as NYC's Joe's Pub, S.O.B.'s, Highline Ballroom, and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center; Philadelphia's, World Live Cafe; and Boston's Paradise Lounge. Rob is also a budding actor with growing credits that include lead roles and featured appearances in commercial ads and TV series. He is also the narrating voice of ESPN's "What Matters" February 2011 campaign. Perhaps most impressive is Rob's work as a humanitarian. His ongoing efforts to help raise awareness of the tragic conditions in Haiti have been covered by major media outlets and have garnered significant keynote appearances. With more on tap for the near, Rob is proving he is the kind of versatile artist that not only makes an impact in this ever-changing world of entertainment but is essential to its survival.