Rockie Robbins was a talented and briefly popular singer in the '70s and early '80s. He made a bit of a splash in 1979 with his Johnny Pate-produced debut album. While the album had only a small impact, it set the stage for his follow up, You and Me, the title track of which hit the top 10 on the R&B charts. His third album, I Believe in Love, teamed Robbins with popular producer Skip Skarborough, but didn't match the success of its predecessor. Robbins switched from A&M Records to MCA in 1985 and quietly issued one more release before fading from popular view.
In 2010, after a long time out of print, You and I and I Believe in Love were both reissued by the European-based Vinyl-Masterpiece label.