Her first solo recording, Sistah Robi, was released in 1995. Some of the featured artists are Roland Cazimero, Ernie Cruz Jr., Troy Fernandez, Bryan Kessler, Sean Na’auao, Jeff Rasmussen, and Fiji. Oh, and Bu La’ia too.
Her second album, Keiki O Ka ‘Aina, was released in 1997. This album reveals Robi’s love for the children, the land, and life itself. Featured again are Michael Grand, Fiji, Sean Na’auao, and Dave Tucciarone. Also included are the The Ka’au Crater Boys, The Makaha Sons, Cyril Pahinui, BB Shawn (Ishimoto), and chant by Kekuhi Kanahele.
All I Want, was released in 2000. Her third CD features some of her favorite songs and many of her favorite musicians. Ranging from Hawaiian, to reggae, blues, jazz and R&B, with lyrics in English, Hawaiian, Tahitian and French. Among guest artists are The Makaha Sons, Kapena, Lehua Kalima of Na Leo Pilimihana, Sakiusa Bulicokocoko, Ernie Cruz Jr., Eric Gilliom, Shawn Ishimoto, Sean Na’auao, Jeff Rasmussen, and many more!
In between her own CD releases, she keeps busy with numerous tours, performing with some of Hawaii’s finest musicians and vocalists — including the Mākaha Sons, the late Dennis Pavao, “Auntie” Genoa Keawe, Fiji, Sean Na`auao, Cyril Pahinui, Jeff Rasmussen, the former Ka`au Crater Boys, Hapa, and more. These tours take her throughout the United States mainland and include multiple Carnegie Hall engagements, regular Los Angeles (West Coast), Denver, and Las Vegas performances, as well as international travel to Tahiti, Guam and more recently to Japan and Sri Lanka.