Her services are set for Tuesday, Oct. 11 Community Baptist Church in Englewood, NJ.
As EUR reported, the “Mother of Hip Hop” passed away on Sept. 29 after suffering congestive heart failure. She was 75 years old.
Robinson was the co-founder of Sugar Hill Records, the label that launched the careers of The Sugar Hill Gang and Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five.
She was also credited to writing and producing the track, “Love On a Two Way Street” which was a hit for the Moments and Stacey Lattisaw.