Rodell Duff, was born in Trinidad & Tobago &  moved to Houston, Texas at the age of three and has live there ever since.  He first picked up the guitar in 2017 at the age of 27 after going through a terrible breakup.   Music has always been a part of his life ever since he was a child. From singing and playing drums in church, to being in the choir during his school years, to now garnering over  millions of streams on music. Now residing in Kemah, TX, Rodell Duff has been all over Texas performing in front of live crowds. He has opened up for acts such as The Josh Abbott Band, Michael Ray & Drew Parker just to name a few.

His first official single "Wrecked" was released in 2021 & ended up landing on Spotify's "Hot Country" playlist as an independent artist, only a few independent artists has been able to do that. That song alone garnered over 6 million streams to date. "Wrecked" is the song that has opened many doors for him and his vey first EP "Red Dirt Cursed" which was released in the fall of 2022, with "Just In Case" being his lead single for that EP. Since then, Rodell has went on to play at CMAS Fest , Whiskey Jam, headlining his very first show selling just shy of 500 tickets and playing various other festivals. While continuing to release music, Rodell has been able to be the face of many different Spotify country playlist covers such as "Country Frequency" , "Fresh Finds" and "New Boots" ! In 2023 he made his first cover for “Love and Country” on Amazon with “Good Days” being the lead song! Rodell is doing all of this while being a father and maintaining a successful career in the maritime industry.   So far the future is looking very promising for Rodell , he is definitely an artist to watch.  

"Faith without works is dead" is what Rodell Duff abides by, he believes that hard work gets you to places you want to go. He also wants to show his son that anything is possible , if you work hard.