Singer, Songwriter, Producer, & Published Author originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She became influenced by her mother who started off as a gospel singer and later became a minister. She embraced music throughout her younger years. Rosalyn recorded her first song professionally at nine years old with her parent’s gospel choir. She later joined a talented group of girls that went on to audition for A&R of La Face Records in Atlanta in 1999. The group did not stay together upon their return to Louisiana. She recorded a Southern Soul & Blues duet in 2008 with Tyree Neal called "Temptation" off of his "All Grown up" album.
In 2011 she co-wrote "Stroke It" and "Love Games" with Bruce Moore (Beelow) a song that was originally being written for the late great Jackie Neal.
In 2015 she recorded "You can’t handle this" along with Miss Portia and Veronica Ra'elle, as well as "The Best You Ever Had" with Veronica Ra'elle, and "Let's Get the Business Clear" under the production of Beat Flippa. She has shared the stage with Stephanie McDee, Willie Clayton, Jeff Floyd, Tyree Neal and Big Cynthia to name a few. Rosalyn believes in creating music that invigorate positive emotions, healing relationships, and making you groove.