Born and raised in Yeadon, Pa, Rochelle K. Helm aka Roxi Fab has never given up on her hopes and dreams.  Roxi was an aspiring lead singer, but later realized that she loved background vocals, as well as makeup artistry and skin care.  In 2005, she attended the Jean Madeline Education Institute and received her Esthetician diploma and PA State License.  Roxi is the spitting image of her father, legendary radio personality from WDAS, Carl Helm.  Along-side of her father, she met many artists like her idol Patti Labelle, Phyllis Hyman, Teena Marie, Prince, and Michael Jackson, just to name a few.  Her father can be heard doing background vocals for many artists as well.  Such as Patti Labelle, Phyllis Hyman, Billy Paul, Teddy Pendergrass, The Stylistics, The Spinners, Deniece Williams, and many, many more. Through these experiences, he helped her realize and discover her talents and her passion for music.  In high school, she was very active in the music department, participating in every play and on the choir to showcase her many talents.  She was, and still is, a star ready to be seen. 

In 2015, she decided to follow in her father’s footsteps as a Disc Jockey/Radio Personality of her own show called “The Roxi Fab Show” on www.RoxiFabShow.com.  Roxi is also a community advocate.  Using this platform, “The Roxi Fab Show”, she’s always vocal about the community and what we can do to assist our children against the violence, suicides, and homelessness currently in our City. Having a teenage son, she is doing her best to fight for the lives of the children in her community.

Roxi still sings professionally, and can also be seen acting in hit stage plays, as well as a new film entitled “The Road to Truth” premiering August 29, 2019 at AMC Plymouth Meeting. She's also gracing the runway as a plus size model in numerous fashion shows for multiple designers, including Philly Fashion Week on September 28, 2019. She’s been part-time Personal Assistant and she occasionally sings background for 90’s R&B crooner, Christopher Williams, known for the hit “Don’t Wake Me, I’m Dreamin.”

Roxi is now employed at Radio One, Inc., working as a Producer for radio icon, Lady B.

In her spare time, Roxi enjoys writing music, smoking cigars, watching movies, and spending time with her grandson Liam!