After releasing several covers albums locally, they released their first original album, Voices of Nature, in 2000 and the single Raude. Raude is a mix between a traditional Fijian music form called "meke", and modern dance rhythms and sounds, brought in by David LE ROY, producer and co-founder of the 2001 French dance act Daddy DJ. Voices of Nature was followed by Black Rose's second album, Kila...?, in 2002. It was followed in 2005 by their first best-of album Rosiloa, which featured a new song, as well as unreleased remixes and video footage from the making of Kila...?. The bands latest effort is titled Ancient Pulse. It was released in 2009.