Robert “Ro’bee” Stallings was born September 7th 1990 in Detroit, Michigan. He has been involved with music since his early years. From 1991 to 2001 he grew up in Norfolk,Virginia and during this time he spent much of his life in church. At the age of 10 he moved to Longview, TX and it was at this point he learned to put together words in a poetic form. First he learned how to “Flow” or freestyle. That style of rap and his love of poetry catapulted him to write his own songs.
While living in Texas he became deeply involved with music on a band level. While attending Judson Middle School he played in the Blue Devil band, the instruments ranged from Trombone, Baritone, and the Tuba. From 2005-2009 he attended Kilgore High School and further developed his talent as a lyrical artist. In 2008 he met Justin “Ca$h King” Landache and along with Trent “Trenton Haze” Walmack formed the 903 Riders. This group made music for local listeners and in April of 2009 released their first cd featuring all three artists. Fall of that year due to beef with local artist Ro’bee released an album with Ca$h king called the “2nd look”.
In Spring of 2010 Ro’ bee Join a Group known as Greenhouse where he met other local artist such as Asd, Young B, Razilla, and Troop. After joining the group Ro’ bee released a mixtape called “the Challenge” that was aimed at all those that had doubted his talent. After Complications with Greenhouse, Ro’bee and Kilgore High school Classmate Troop formed East Texas Entertainment. The group was later Joined by Ca$h King. The Label East Texas Entertainment has been making music and performing all over.
Now after helping to create a record label he has been featured on other indie artist such as Markell Rain, Lucky Charm, Luckey, and Big Reese. Ro’bee’s accomplishments include: winning “Best Rap Group” from East Texas, and opening for a lot of artist such as Kirko Bangz. Now as a solo act, Ro’bee is currently living in Denton Texas as he tackles his junior year at the University of North Texas. There has also been the idea of crossing over into other genres of music.