Robyn Hood aka Miriam Hyman’s face is no stranger in Hollywood with her latest efforts and accolades with the TV series “Blue Bloods” but to everyone’s surprise her lyrics and songs on her latest EP “Higher” show a different but suave MC who is no stranger to the mic. Robyn states she began writing while performing Shakespeare’s Richard III in New York. Her first Mixtape “Journey of an MC” earned her the nomination for “Best New Female Artist” in Philly Hip Hop Awards 2014. When not in the acting role Robyn Hood is writing lyrics with content as if her pen spits words rather than ink while doing the other side of the business flowing with powerful lyrics like a painting dancing to the sound of the great Beethoven. Robyn Hood has found the right template grooming her lyrics when she penned writing for her friend and classmate Lupita Nyong’o song and video “Mexican Born” which hit 3 million followers and Viral in one day. The lead off Single Reach from the EP featuring her friend Songstress Erika Hicks brings a refreshing shower to Hip Hop arena that was presumed dead at one time. Her flows are undulating and she has been likened to the early days when Lauryn Hill and the Fugees popped on the scene as well as EVE and MC Lyte to name a few. Her Upcoming singles “Holes In My Pocket” and “Red & Blue” are subtle up next bangers which top Djs on the east coast have in their Radio Mixes as well as Playlists in the clubs. The EP is packed with Robyn Hood’s versatility and finesse and has placed her on the radar as one of the top female lyricists to watch for in 2017. Look out for many more hit songs from this top ranking MC whoo definitely comes with her agenda to be on Top of the Charts. Welcome to Robyn Hood. The EP is seen and endorsed on ThisIs50.com, CoreDjs.com, Digiwaxx, Audiomack and many more top HipHop music sites and Blogs while the single Reach is being heard on many land and Internet Radio stations.
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