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PREMIERE: RROMARIN – “TASTE OF V” 

The Melbourne-based vocalist and producer unleashes her lyrical prowess in the empowering single.

Effortlessly witty and seductively playful, “Taste of V” is the ultimate read-it-and-weep anthem for industry moguls who have tried and failed to stunt Rromarin’s creative expression. With her ever-joyful vocals out to play, Rromarin delves straight into a sexy narrative that celebrates lust and desire from a female perspective — a concept that is all-too-often shunned from charts even within the modern day. In keeping with her daring approach to storytelling, the single also comes hand-in-hand with a mesmerising visual, showing the Melbourne vocalist and producer in a state of freedom, where inhibitions are left at the door.

In her own words, Rromarin explains, “While playful, flirty and tongue-in-cheek, ‘Taste of V’ is also a deeper commentary on my experiences as a female artist navigating a largely conservative music industry. Over the years there have been countless moments in which I’ve been pressured by those in power to dilute my creative vision, to write music that is ‘safe’ and ‘accessible’ – in other words, ‘vanilla’. This pressure to conform and fit in the box also extended to my identity as Rromarin, and is an issue that I felt deeply when making the decision to step into motherhood. ‘Taste of V’ is my response and retaliation to this; it is a celebration of taking creative risks, a challenge to those who don’t, and my attempt to break the stereotype of what a female artist should be.”

Ensuring her addictive pop hooks and pulsing production remain prominent throughout, “Taste of V” has given us all of the energy and angst necessary to combat an otherwise conservative society — with no apologies necessary.

To stream the track and music video now, scroll below…

PREMIERE: RROMARIN – “TASTE OF V” 

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