'Rose Bent is surfacing as one of Portland's most promising hip-hop outfits. It's a group versatile, talented and exciting enough to share bills with just about any group in the city and unique enough to be plucked and groomed by a national label or hot-shit producer.' Casey Jarman, The Williamette Week Passionate and determined, Rose Bent, a stand-out all-female hip-hop crew, joined forces in 2010 with a mission to represent the silenced voices of women in hip-hop. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, The City of Roses, Rose Bent is comprised of three aspiring musicians: Jacque a.k.a. J-Kronic, Lady Trinity & Rose City Miss Chief. Few of the select ladies in a genre some call dead, Rose Bent takes hip-hop for a thrilling and inspiring ride to the future. Collectively, Rose Bent has shared the stage with many hip-hop legends including 2Mex, Clipse, Baby Bash, Canibus, Lil Rob, Yukmouth, Afro-Man, & Cool Nutz. Persevering through so many obstacles in order to pursue their dreams, the ladies of Rose Bent all started off their music careers as hard-working solo artists. Performing throughout the Northwest and abroad, they had taken note of each others talent, until one day Lady Trinity approached Jacque & Miss Chief asking if they were interested in performing together. The rest is history. Striving tirelessly, juggling full-time work as community advocates, teachers & mentors, single motherhood, and pursuing higher education, the women of Rose Bent still find the time to devote countless hours every week to musical collaborations, rehearsals and performances. Often functioning on minimal sleep, the Rose Bent motto is, 'We will have plenty of time to sleep when we die.' As a group, Rose Bent values dedication, diversity, community activism, honesty, and loyalty. These are some of the reasons Rose Bent loves their fans and the Rose Bent movement is growing quickly. Over the summer of 2010, Rose Bent made their mark on the North West hip-hop scene delivering fiery and entertaining performances at many community events and concerts including the Peace & Unity Fest, The Northwest Hip Hop Fest, Silence Won't Stop the Violence, 2010 Oregon Summer Jam, No Soy El Army Bilingual Peace Tour, Last Thursday Alberta Street Festival, The Dookie Jam, and CD release party for local hip-hop marvel, Mic Crenshaw. With hard-hitting production and catchy, crowd-pleasing hooks, Rose Bent delivers a high-energy live performance, not to be forgotten. Don't let the memorable choruses and sizzling stage show fool you; these ladies command the microphone with lyrical skills that demand respect from any underground hip-hop head. Most recently, Rose Bent received radio play on Wild 107.5FMs Northwest Breakout Show hosted by Cool Nutz, with their sultry song, Let Me Entertain. The first single off their debut, self-titled album, Rose Bent, gives the world a taste of the sweet treat that is soon to come. Destined to take Portland hip-hop to new heights, the ladies of Rose Bent are taking the city by storm, one concert at a time. If you're a fan or supporter of Rose Bent, join the movement by following Rose Bent on Twitter, Facebook and Myspace. Interested in having Rose Bent perform in your city? Or just want to say 'Hello'? Please contact Rose Bent at firstname.lastname@example.org. The members of Rose Bent read and respond to all of their messages personally, and love to hear from their fans!