Fatima Robinson was born August 29, 1971 in Little Rock Arkansas. When Fatima was four years old, her and her family moved to Los Angeles. Fatima was a very bright young woman graduating high school at the age of sixteen. Growing up Fatima wanted to follow in her mother’s footsteps by opening her own salon. She then went on to pursue cosmetology and soon received her certificate in cosmetology in which she used to work as a hairstylist. Although she was a hairstylist, she always had a passion for dance, and her love for it, led her to clubs, and dance competitions.
In 1992 Fatima got her “big break” when John Singleton asked her to choreograph Michael Jackson’s Remember the Time. After the choreography for Michael Jackson, Fatima’s career had nowhere to go but to the top. She started flooding the video industry in the 1990’s working with many famous artists like Bobby Brown, B.I.G, and Aaliyah. Fatima became the choreographer for the Backstreet Boys, choreographing all of their videos, and their live performances. In 1995 she received her very first MTV Video Music award nomination for r and b singer Brandy’s song “Baby”. That same year Fatima also had two commercials on TV, Reebok, and Sears. In the year of 1995 she also choreographed many of the major award shows, Soul Train Music Awards, American Music Awards, and American Music Awards. She really began to come into her own, making a great name for herself in the entertainment industry. To really start making a great name for herself, Fatima won back to back Music video producer Association Award; in 1997 for Busta Rhymes “Put your hands where my eyes can see,” and in 1998 Dr. Dre’s “been there, Done that.” “Fatima hopes to eventually follow the footsteps of one of her mentors, Debbie Allen, by making the transition into and film direction. She has already directed a couple of videos: “Heads High” for Mr. Vegas and “Shake Your Body” for Shaggy.” In 1999 she expanded her talent into filmy, working on...
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