Romina Johnson was born in Rome, in the year 1973. In the 1960 her father left the United States to travel the world to pursue his career as a musician. She grew up listening mostly to soul, funk, R&B and jazz along the way.
At the age of 12 Romina started working as a dancer and backing singer. Later on at the age of 20 she joined a band called "Second Floor", and signed first deal with Rossiter Road. Band recorded the first ep, "Love and Happiness", also the original version of "Moving too fast" from the album called '"simply passion'".
After 3 years band split up, however Romina continued as solo artist. She moved from Rome to London in 1999. In the 2000, was a very successful year with the UK number 2 chart "moving too fast" remixed by the Artful Dodger. Things then started to really take off as it went to n. 2 in the national charts the record sold around 5000 copies in Europe and was very played in the UK and European radios.
"Superbad" was released in Europe & Japan and performed over 90 dates in the UK and Europe throughout the following years. The very same year Romina shared the same stage with artist like Lionel Ritchie, Destiny Child, Mary Mary, Craig David performing in many festivals such as "Party in the Park"and many others.
Romina`s latest album "Soul River" was released in Japan in May 2008. In London she had to work with different producers as well as working as a session singer for few artists such as Spice Girls, Us3, Odyssey and Mika.