Roquois is an eclectic Singer – Songwriter – Superhero whose talents have been heard worldwide. Her music has been featured in shows such as Orange is the New Black, Switched at Birth and Odd Mom Out. She has also performed on national television as a featured singer in the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade®, the National Independence Day Parade in Washington, D.C., and has performed live on WJLA’s Good Morning Washington. Roquois has performed at venues including Howard Theatre (DC), Anita’s Way (NYC), Make Music New York Music Festival, The Abbey (Orlando), The Creative Alliance (Baltimore), Carnegie Library (DC), Penn Social (DC), Venue 578 (Orlando) and more.

Her journey started in her hometown in Maryland, and continued in Florida where she relocated for college and began working as a singer and songwriter for one of Orlando’s premier recording studios, Plush Studios. Since then, Roquois has worked with Music, Def Jam, The Voice and more.

Her Mantra: Singer – Songwriter – Superhero fuels her musical passion to not only sing but to write relatable, expressive and uplifting lyrics. Roquois strives to be her own breed of superhero who uses her gifts and talents with melodies and lyricism to make her mark in the world: a magical musical legacy. Her debut album “Metaphors” and other original music is available on Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, and all streaming platforms.