In 2005, Roxane made an appearance on TV show Australian Idol, where she gave some endearing and powerful renditions of classic songs, soon earning her thousands of adoring fans throughout Austral-Asia. She eventually ended the show at a highly impressive eighth place and unveiling herself as a lucrative signing talent.
Residing in Sydney and utilizing her exposure as a strong competitor in Australian Idol (season 3), Roxane launched herself into the professional arena, working alongside such renowned artists as Jimmy Barnes, Roachford, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Rahsaan Patterson, Deni Hines, Blackstreet, Jade Macrae, Jeremy Gregory, Kaylan , Mr Timothy, Andy Vann and Tony Vass, Bardot, Delta Goodrem, Inaya Day, Christian Alexander, Chris Luder, and Sydney house act Ultraphonic, where she featured on the single “Keep It Right There” released through Ministry of Sound in 2006.
In 2007 Roxane released her own single “Sexy” through Universal Music. The single raise her profile in the Australian & New Zealand entertainment industry with high rotation on the radio, and performances on MTV, Kerry Anne, Sunrise, Nickelodeon and other media outlets. She also became the Ambassador for teen fashion giant Supre.
In 2010 Roxane breaks into the London dance scene with the single “Fly Me Higher” produced by DJ Tony Vass. She is also working on other dance projects as a featured artist. Roxane continues to perform regularly in venues throughout Australia and Internationally.
2011 - 2016 finds Roxane touring alongside the great James Morrison, in a funk/soul 10 pce outfit and whilst in Sydney working on set with finalists from Xfactor, Young Men Society and as a vocal coach for The Voice and Australia's Got talent winners ‘Justice Crew.”
In 2016, Roxane returned to her island home of Mauritius to reconnect with her roots and record her album 1809, released in 2018. After 2.5 years in Mauritius, Roxy returned to Australia, deciding to settle on the west coast, in Perth, expanding her creative coaching and artist development business further, whilst again joining The James Morrison band as a lead singer and jumping on a sneaky BV gig with Liam Gallagher.
Original music ventures see Roxane collaborating with House Dj’s Supermini with a dance music chart topper “WWYD” and Random Soul’s Aria nominated “The way that I feel”.
In 2020 Roxane appeared on the show The Voice, coming in as one of the final 8 in Boy George's Team.
Post pandemic life see’s Roxy Featuring in the Ministry Of Sound Classical, and Synthony Shows with a full orchestra.
She continues to write, record, and release music as she uses her music expertise to direct, manage, arrange and facilitate creative programs across the world in the music, business and wellness space.