South African singer, songwriter and aspiring actress Rowlene is by no means your average singer. She is the first artist signed to Nasty C’s record label Tall Racks Records and she has been missed a step since the signing.Rowlene shot into the limelight when she dropped her first single ‘Imposter’ off her six-track debut EP titled ‘The Evolution of a Robot‘ in September 2017. Rowlene has worked with some of the biggest names in Mzansi, from A-Reece to Riky Rick.
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She worked with Nasty C on the track Phases off his album Bad Hair. Her recent collab with Nigeria’s own Idyl is also testament to the fact of her versatility
When Rowlene is not singing, she is being at her entrepreneurial best. She recently founded a community youth initiative called Utopia which provides a professional platform for young aspiring artists and performers in Cape Town.
She also has her eye on individual glory and has set a goal to perform on the Coachella stage by 2020.
“I tweeted that two years ago and it is going to happen. It needs to happen. It is on my white board. You know how everyone has those vision boards? Mine has Coachella 2020. It is there. That is the level I need to be at. Maybe not 2020…No! I am not changing my goal. I’m keeping it. I need to be a household name internationally.”