Rojda Şenses was born in Kurtalan a county of Siirt City.
In 1992, she started her music career with her older brother’s band named "Koma Gulen Xerzan".
In 1993, she started to work with a group under the management of M.K.M. (Mesopotamia Cultural Center).
In 1994, They released their first album titled "Ji bir nabin".
In 1997, with the album titled "Sonda me" they released, Rojda drew the attention of the audience using her smooth and clear performance by singing the song titled “Helimcan”.
In 2005, the band released their third album titled "Rûkena min".
In 2006, she left the band and released her first solo work album titled "Sebra min". With her style and performance, once again she drew the attention of the audience.
In 2012, she released the album titled "Hat".
In 2012, she released an archival album titled "Stranên Hilbijartî" composed of her old songs.
In 2014, she released an album titled "Kezi" and another album which is a project and an archival work completely composed of  women songs and women performance.

She has participated in the albums titled “Şahiya strana" (in 1st and 2nd) with her songs named "Hinne Bine" and "Delalê".
She has performed the role “Mirbanû” at W. Shakespeare’s theatre play titled “Hamlet” a joint project of Diyarbakır Metropolitan City Theatre and Holland’s Theatre Rast group. The play was shown at international festivals and in Europe. It is still being showed periodically.
She sung the song named “Dayê Li Min” in the movie titled “Halan Geldi (Auntie Came)” which was shot in Turkey and Cyprus.
She sung the the song named “Day miro” in the movie titled “Hükümet Kadını1” which was shot in Midyat County of Mardin City in Turkey.
Lastly, she shot a music clip in the villages, where the Ezidi people live, to draw the attention to the massacred Ezidi people living in Şengal, and she has released that clip.
Rojda Şenses currently lives in Istanbul.She continues her music performance within the M.K.M.

© ROJDA - 2015