Pop fusion with an attitude, Jack Rose is back after the success of ‘Better On My Own’ with an all-star cast featuring on his electric EP ‘Rockstar’. After releasing the collection of remixed singles on February 19th, Rose cements his position in the world of modern music with a dynamic track full of personality and bite.
With a melodic vocal performance that contrasts nicely with the layered backing, Rose offers up a catchy instrumental that flows effortlessly. Clear house influences and a grip on making pop music refreshing means that the track never comes across as messy but instead as a clean, slick foray into pop fusion. With an EP full of features from credible producers such as Pink Panda (Top 100 DJ List) and Charlie Hedges (Radio 1), the various versions of ‘Rockstar’ all bring something different to the table. Not only showing the versatility of the track itself but also Rose as a performer.
Accompanied by a ‘slice of life’ music video that aids the songs grounded feel and multiple iterations, ‘Rockstar’ is more than just a chart entry. It is a sleek, professional goldmine of potential, and I wouldn’t be shocked to hear ‘Rockstar’ blaring from clubs, pubs and house parties this summer when the lockdown is lifted. It has real summer vibes and would only be elevated by people dancing and singing along.
Overall, ‘Rockstar’ is a testament to Jack Rose’s ability and not to be sniffed at. Get it on your playlists and bring some party energy to your isolation.
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Words by Ellen Oakley
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