“I want my music to be relatable. I want it to be able to connect with my listeners on a different level.” Driven by this mission, newcomer Rosemarie is a refreshing addition to the re-energized landscape that is rhythm and blues. Born in Los Angeles, CA, Rosemarie calls many States her “home” having lived in New York, Florida and California. She grew up in a musically inclined family, splitting her time between being a natural-born creative — writing poems, songs, painting as well as playing sports and climbing trees. After a few years on the East Coast and experiencing the loss of her mother, she settled back into California where she attended culinary school to become a pastry chef. Long days working part time jobs were peppered with Rosemarie's continuing exploration of her naturally gifted singing talents. She began uploading covers and music challenges to social media and reconnected with a long-time friend and studio engineer, Jon Rousseau, who encouraged her to create original music again. So in 2016, Rosemarie bet on herself and began working towards her dream of becoming an artist.
Inspired by some of music’s biggest powerhouses like Drake, Rihanna, SZA as well as talents like Dominic Fike and Dijon, Rosemarie aims to create R&B with deep cutting lyrics and addictive melodies. Tapping into real life experiences and events, Rosemarie sings from the soul with her heart on her (tattooed) sleeve. Rosemarie met her now manager Bird of Bird Vision Entertainment (Roddy Ricch) in 2017 after connecting over a cover that she had posted online. Also recognizing her unquestionable talent, Bird worked with Rosemarie to build out her future in music. In 2020, she signed to Interscope Records, and wasting no time, immediately started working on her debut project. This time, it's hers. Inspired by honoring her past to celebrate her future, Rosemarie’s upcoming EP is an homage to the journey she embarked all those years ago as a young artist. Born to create, Rosemarie proves to be an undeniable promise and exciting addition to R&B’s evolving scene.