‘Secret Society’ Video
Music video by Robyn Z. performing Secret Society. (C) 2011 Encoded Entertainment, LLC
As the World is mired in turmoil and chaos, the public whispers about Secret Societies and the Illuminati. There is a growing undercurrent portraying recording artists as “puppets” in the music industry and slaves to dark overlords of music.
Conspiracy theorists draw parallels. Artists from Elvis to Jay Z., including contemporaries such as Rihanna, Justin Beiber and even Katy Perry have been accused of being minions of the Illuminati. Lady Gaga was recently under fire for imagery in her “Born This Way” bearing similarity to Illuminati symbols and Jay-Z has blatantly been called a Satanist for his triangular hand gesture.
Critics and conspiracy theorists feel the Illuminati own the air waves, television, movies and even the artists themselves; the artists are merely tools of the Illuminati used to control the public’s mind. This take, completely overlooks the idea that Gaga or Jay-Z are shrewd enough to use the symbols and icons to create controversy.
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From the time Robyn Z. was in her mother’s womb, she was able to thump to the beat of music. She was a natural born singer. As a little girl, she had a bright neon green record player, a disco ball illuminating from the ceiling, and would spin vinyl records dancing and singing with her well-rounded brush. She would sing Diana Ross, Irene Cara, Madonna, and Michael Jackson creating her own staged theatrical performances with her friends and family as the audience members.
Later, the long brown haired, brown eyed starry eyed child made everyone’s jaw drop from the moment she walked into New York hot spots, wearing nothing but her wonder woman bathing suit, amongst beautiful glitter eyes made up of swirls of the rainbow, with lips pouting, the moment she opened her mouth to sing, the crowd applauded her with standing ovations.
It should come as no surprise, that this brown eyed little girl, turned and transformed herself into the electrifying and shocking multi talented artist that she is today: Robyn Z.
“When I was a child, I pushed the envelope in my voice, theatrics, performances, acrobatics, and my artistry” Now I’m taking my fans and myself to a whole new dimension. “We are the future”: states Robyn Z. President of her multifaceted record label Encoded Entertainment, LLC.
Robyn gained notoriety for her first record release “Good Love” released in 1995 by DM Records. Her performances took a wild turn, making her name go up in lights in local headlines and billboards from Miami to California.
Robyn performed amongst torches lit in flames and men in hoods as crowds stared in awe. Robyn Adds, “I stopped by radio stations to beg them to add my record. We rocked it out in every club”