Rollie C. Gray Jr. was born and raised on the Southside of Chicago, Il. He currently resides in Clarkston, Ga. which boasts one of the most diverse communities in metro Atlanta with his wife and three children.
Rollie survived Chicago in the 70’s during the Black Power movement, followed by the Hip Hop movement of the 80‘s and 90’s. A close-knitted family, loyal friends, and Hip Hop protected him from the unpredictable streets of the Chi. In 1996, Rollie graduated from Grambling State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Grambling is where he became socially and politically conscience.
He began to understand the vital importance for African Americans to record and tell their own stories. Over the years Rollie developed a deep desire to change the world by speaking out against injustices. After pursuing a career in politics, social services, and music, he soon found that he prefers to educate and entertain the human spirit with stories about cultural, social, and