The 2329 seconds of ImPossible fly by with an impressive array of outstanding qualities including channelling Saul Williams, Les Claypool and Kendrick Lamar with a delightful mash of vocal tones akin to that of Tracey Chapman or Me’shell Ndegeocello.
“Having already performed for President Obama, Oprah, Ellen, the MTV Music Awards and audiences around the world as the supportive secret sauce to Beyoncé’s stage sound, where else could Divinity go but solo?”
“She has won countless awards, covered many magazines, toured the world, but despite the fact that she’s played with so many iconic artists, as a solo artist, she shines the brightest. I’m sure that “We Are” has the power to change the world”
Roxx impresses as the torchbearer for… women in rock genre
“…legends such as Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill is at the solid core of the sound. With poetic runs similar to Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino and delivery close to those on the Broadway hit, ‘Hamilton’ – Divinity Roxx leaves me speechless.”
The accomplished bass player for a number of R&B, hip-hop, soul and even K-Pop music acts including K. Michele, B.o.B., 2NE1 and more. She’s even graced the cover of Bass Musicians Magazine twice, but her solo career is taking off in 2016 with this great collection of soul tracks.
“Last year music was marked by a swell of optimism with musicians like Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment, Macklemore, Janelle Monae’s Wondaland Records. Roxx fits right within those ranks. “We Are” is a lovely call for unity in a period where racial and sexual violence and political divisions are more visible than ever. Like most anthems, “We Are” doesn’t delve into the specifics – “Are we all so afraid of what we don’t understand that we willing to shoot without cause?” – but it’s a nice hinge on which the album pivots.”
‘I Like It’ is the banging sleeper on Divinity Roxx’s new ImPossible album release.
“Roxx… brings the world an album that is beyond infectious or catchy or merely entertaining (although it is all those things); she is an effective conceptualizer, a synthesizer, a musician with an actual fusion sensibility who… ”