Well it all started back in the day when Santa was visiting the mall in Michigan. The  Michigan Mall, I think. You see, back then Santa used to have elves accompany him
while traveling. After all, do you really think it’s Santa that feeds the reindeer and  cleans up after them? Ew.  Anyways, I’m Robby The Elf, half elf on my mama’s side, Eva Elf. My dad, Bobby  Becker, one fly guy local dude, saw my mom and it was love at first sight. And a little  elf magic too. Yeah, Dad thought Mom’s “the bomb”. My mom stayed after Santa left  at a small elf colony called The North Side, located on the north side, of the south
side, of Michigan. My parents fell in love and got married. Then I was born. Mom said I was so cute my face belonged on a stamp.
My mom taught me elf folklore and Dad taught me to shoot hoops. I have always  enjoyed different genres of music and created Christmas Crunk. After saving
Christmas myself, Santa wanted me to see what impact an elf could have thru music. I told him no one would believe me & he said, “You’re telling me?!”
Now I’m an elf underground, beating the streets ’cause nobody’s gonna give an elf a record deal just because he knows Santa. I’ve been recording music & living in the
Upstate of South Carolina for a spell now. It’s kinda cool and Santa has a house and some family nearby.
So I’m here to spell the message about the repression of elves. Ask Christmas  retailers, “Where’s the elf stuff?” My goal is to have everyone to hear my music so  that someday, every child will one day, each Christmas Eve, also leave, a cookie, for an elf.
Robby The Elf, just Google it yo.

IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What city and state are you from?

ROBBY THE ELF: I was born half elf on my mama’s side. I was raised in an elf colony called The North Side, located on the north side, of the south side, of Michigan. After saving the holidays myself, Santa challenged me to influence the world thru my music. I am currently in the upstate of South Carolina.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What is your music background?

ROBBY THE ELF: I have always enjoyed different genres of music including Rock & Roll, R&B, Hip-Hop, and Pop, so they all come together in a new genre I created called Christmas Crunk.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Why do you want to record and release your own music?

ROBBY THE ELF: The challenge of writing and recording is fun to me and I hope others enjoy it also. No one has ever recorded Christmas rap solely as their music, I’m the first.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your songs about?

ROBBY THE ELF: My music is about my experiences with Santa and now that I’m living in the south, it also incorporates what I’ve seen since.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Who is your fan base directed towards?

ROBBY THE ELF: I believe my music can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone. I don’t think I can limit it to only certain people. It’s clean, fun, and entertaining.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: Who are your musical influences?

ROBBY THE ELF: I love everyone from Elvis, to The Beatles, The Stones, The Eagles, The Beastie Boys, Eminem, Black Eyed Peas, and Jay Z.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How would you describe your music to people?

ROBBY THE ELF: It’s like Eminem spent the holidays at Jazzy Jeff’s. My music is uplifting.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What makes you stand out from other artists?

ROBBY THE ELF: I’m original in every concept. I try to positively influence and make people think. I challenge the music industry to clean up their act and call out wack rappers.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

ROBBY THE ELF: I’m about to release my new single, Kris Kringle, which describes in detail the existence of Santa and where he is today. I also have a new video for my song, The Elf Lean. It’s starting to become a holiday tradition, yet no one knows how to perform the dance, so the video will show everyone how.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

ROBBY THE ELF: I want to eventually have a Christmas movie about who I am and what I’ve been thru at The North Pole and since coming to South Carolina. I hope one day my music will be as traditional as Jingle Bells.


IAA INDUSTRY NEWS: How can your fans access your music and contact you?

ROBBY THE ELF: Fans can always check out my site, www.RobbyTheElf.com, along with Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, Reverbnation, and more. I can be contacted at RobbyTheElf@yahoo.com. Robby The Elf, just google it, yo.