Royston hails from a little remote, Aboriginal community in Far North Queensland called Old Mapoon. In his youth, Royston grew up surrounded by nature and was very observant and tuned in to what he heard and saw. His passion for singing was ignited from early childhood, by a popular teen movie called High School Musical (HSM). After watching HSM, Royston immediately developed a robust thirst for music and singing and knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life dedicated to it.
It wasn’t until Royston was in high school where he watched the countless award-winning movie 'The Sapphires', which ultimately allowed him to connect and be inspired by the amazing Jessica Mauboy. This major influence in his life really encouraged Royston to pursue a career as a professional performing artist.
Fast-Track 3 years later after graduating in 2016, Royston has learned and accomplished so much. Royston moved to Brisbane in 2017 and studied at The Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA) for 2 years. During this time, achievements in performance include auditioning for free to air Channel 9’s The Voice 2017, winning the Take The Mic Singing Competition Brisbane in 2017, travelling to America to perform at the Chicago Thanksgiving Parade and the Hollywood Christmas Parade in 2017, and being a contestant on free to air Channel 7’s new singing competition All Together Now, which resulted in Royston successfully placing 3rd.
Royston now resides in Melbourne and is currently working closely with industry people, to release his music and make some waves in the music industry.