Rocsi was born in Honduras. Having moved to New Orleans with her family when she was young, the bi-lingual television host claims the Bayou State as home. Immersed in the eclectic culture, Rocsi became well versed in many genres of music, but hip hop was always her main ingredient. “Hip hop is in my blood; it’s programmed into my DNA,” she says. After graduating from college, she deejayed her way into the tough Texas and Boston radio markets, before making her home at Chicago’s Power 92 FM.
During her successful run in Chicago, she auditioned for Black Entertainment Television (BET)’s New Faces Search and was selected as an on-air host, beating out more than 5,000 other competitors in the process.
Since 2006, Rocsi has co-anchored (along with Terrence J), 106 & Park, BET network’s flagship show. Seen in 85 million households across the globe including Japan and Africa; the show is one of television’s most influential programs with the ability to open a film, or make an album reach #1. Diaz also continues to nourish her love for radio as the host of BET’s nationally syndicated radio program 106 & Park Weekend Countdown.
BET's highest rated music series of all time, 106 & Park has quickly become the leading music video countdown show on television. Live from New York City, the most energetic show on the planet welcomes a live studio audience and the biggest superstar guests five days a week. 106 & Park allows fans to vote for the videos that they would love to see on the countdown. The show is always interactive and exciting.
Westwood One takes BET’s top-rated countdown show, 106 & Park Top 10 Live and brings it to your radio. In this two-hour show, Diaz offers up the top 20 requests of the week, as well as celebrity news and gossip.