Mok la Rock fell in love with hiphop at the age of 12, back in 1989. As RosyOne she gets famous for her multifaceted activities, the organisation of the “Fight the power jams” and her famous website about posing. But first of all for her painted trains and her fresh pieces and characters, whereby she has featured in graffiti magazines all over the world. She collects whatever she gets from the golden eara of hiphop, (sneakers, clothes, boomboxes, tapes, records, journals, magazines…) and as a DJ she reverts to her big record collection of tuff oldschool hiphop from the 80ies, and sweet soulmusic from the 60ies and 70ies. Her last mixtape “Boys and Girls” shows the funny side of hiphopmusic, sweet songs about love life and sex, with a lot of attention to detail, such as the red box and matching cassette.