Over the last decade singer/songwriter Eric Roberson has successfully been producing and recording his own music without the chagrin of support from a major record label. In the span of a decade, his CD’s “The Esoteric Movement,” “The Vault 1.0,” “The Vault 1.5,” “The Appetizer,” “Erro Live in DC,” “Left,” and “Music Fan First” continue to carry the Neo-Soul legacy important to black music.

He’s been what people in the industry have called a “veteran” because he released his first Top 40 R & B hit “The Moon” on Warner Brothers while still attending Howard University. Upon completing college, he inked songwriting deal with EMI Records; then eventually working for DJ Jazzy Jeff’s A Touch of Jazz Productions. It was while working with Jeff that he wrote and produced songs for Jill Scott, Will Downing, and Musiq Soulchild.
His current release “Music Fan First” features special guests Lalah Hathaway, Sy Smith, and T3 of rap group Slum Village.

To find out about his upcoming tour dates or to order his music, visit him on the web at ericrobersonmusic.com.

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