Roger Robinson is a dozen men. Or more. He was born in Hackney, lived in Trinidad, but spent most of his adult life in London. He is a writer, poet, singer, and musician. And he is so much more. A teacher, a scholar, a thinker, an activist, a man of letters. He loves bass. And food. He is one of the few unrelenting and constant observers of life in Brixton, of post-riot/pre-Brexit Britain.
He is a serious man with a great sense of humour. He wrote a short story about a woman who fell in love with a tree. He is a founding member of King Midas Sound and in 2015 he released an album with Disrupt on every reggae lovers favourite label Jahtari. Roger Robinson is a dozen men. Or more. And Markus Hablizel (Cologne) is talking to some of them during his conversation with RR.