Born in Amsterdam to Surinamese mother and Native American father, ROSA is a self-taught singer, songwriter, producer, rapper and composer, making waves for his unique take on pop music.
Female empowerment and male emotional maturity, are just some of the themes explored in his boundary-pushing sound – and “Phone”, the first official release from his forthcoming debut EP “FEMALE” – is no exception.
ROSA is crafting a world of acceptance and without limitations, and avoids he/she pronouns in the lyrics to the song, which explores his frustration of a love interest who is constantly on her phone. The dreamy visuals show straight, gay and lesbian couples each yearning for attention from their respective partners only to be ignored. Social media culture and the obsessiveness in the way we use our phones is also tackled in the artist’s song.
Watch the visuals for “Phone” below…