Rob Clove

Rob Clove is a young international R&B/Jazz Soul vocalist, saxophonist and arranger from Fayetteville, North Carolina based in New York City. Since commencing his career, he has had the privilege of studying and working with some of today’s most respected artists in classical, jazz, and hip-hop. Clove got his first break with a lucky first show opening for legendary rapper Nas in 2016 at a concert held in Carnesecca Arena. After attending The University of North Carolina School of the Arts high school program, he moved to New York to pursue music and business. Spending a year in the Jazz Conservatory at SUNY Purchase, Rob made the decision to transfer to St. John’s University, with hopes of gaining other perspectives outside of music school. In 2016 he graduated with a Bachelor of French Language as well as a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from the university. While at St. John’s, Rob became and continues to be a musician for The Voices of Victory Gospel Choir, directed by Nigel Gretton, which have been featured in New York’s famed Carnegie Hall, Apollo Theater, HBO, NBC, FOX Network, and Warner Brothers Records, as well as touring Spain. Outside of music, Rob is a promoter for climate change awareness and human rights. He has won a grants on behalf of the Embassy of France in Washington, D.C. to travel to Paris after presenting a french speech on the rising health costs in Sub Saharan Africa and China due to changes in the climate. To continue his fight for human rights and advocacy, Clove has also traveled to Colombia, Latin America on behalf of The French Alliance and l’Institut Français of France to work on francophone projects bringing awareness to international social injustice. Clove recently has been featured in the #1 jazz retail magazine “JAZZIZ” with a promising review for his future. His song “Little Black Boy” was recently chosen to be included on BMIG/SONY Music distributed album “Made in Amerika”, including music centered around social issues in the African-American community. from

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