Rose Royce (age 22) was born in San Diego, California. She moved to the L.A. area to pursue a career in modeling. After moving to Los Angeles, she was quickly noticed for her gorgeous eyes, stunning beauty and engaging personality. Standing at 5'4 with an amazing and firmly toned body, her measurements are an eye-popping 36 - 28 - 47! Says Rose, "I became a model because I would always get a ton of compliments about the way I looked. So I figured, ‘Why not capitalize on my looks?’ My education was always important to me and I used to listen to interviews and watch music videos while asking myself, ‘Why can’t there be more models that had both beauty and brains?’ I've been modeling for about two years now and I really enjoy it."
After a few publications, Rose Royce began being requested for music videos. She's worked with talented artists such as Waka Flocka Flame, French Montana, Big Fase 100, YG, CJ Platinum, as well as Curtis Young just to name a few. Rose admits, "I love being in front of the camera. It feels natural…as though that’s what I was born to do. I've had the pleasure of working with some of the brightest, freshest and most creative photographers in the business. I have a great team of people working with me on a daily basis. Some of my team working behind the scenes are my manager is T. Lavin, make-up artist Barbie, hair-stylist April Duff, and the staff at TL Glam Studios." While working hard, staying grounded and being professional, Rose Royce is working toward other things always like opening a line of specialty boutiques throughout California. In addition, she plans on pursuing her career by doing some high fashion modeling in the near future and enjoying the all around experiences that comes with the territory and title of Model/Video Vixen. What does she like doing in her spare time? Rose states, "I love the beach and I also enjoy a sexy woman from time to time (laughs) but I could never date one. My ultimate goal after its all said and done is to reach supermodel status and I think that doing music videos are fantastic stepping stones toward that end. I am most thankful for all my support system, the photographers, and this magazines for noticing me and my work. Receiving this opportunity to be seen through a highly respected media outlet is a reward and a testament to my hard work.”