Robertha seeks musical breakthrough

Sunday, March 24, 2019

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Passionate about the ability of her music to heal minds across the world, singer Robertha has released the single I Shall Not Be Moved, aimed at teaching listeners to stand firm in the face of adversity.

Produced by Heart Language Productions in conjunction with Maurice Creary, the song is available on all major digital platforms through Zojak World Wide.

Based on the the feedback Robertha said she decided to shoot a video for the single, which was directed by Jason Rafael.

Feeling very strongly about the state of the world, Robertha shared why she believes the song is making an impact.

“People worldwide are gravitating to the song because it speaks to systematic genocide that is set up to shrink the population. The heads feel this will allow them to control and manipulate us and make them feel powerful. Everything is a power struggle at the expense of innocent lives, and this song opens everyone's eyes to that,” said Robertha.

Thankful for the support she has been receiving, Robertha says her fans are asking for more, and she will be releasing an EP in coming months.

“This EP will consist of at least four powerful, thought-provoking tracks. Each track sets out to open the minds of my listeners and educate them, while entertaining them. I want to put a track on it for everyone and every situation,” she said.

Robertha is gearing up to release a next single titled The System.

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