If you think you’ve heard the name Rosie O’Sullivan before, then you might know her from Britain’s Got Talent 2013 where she manged to reach the semi-finals with her stunning vocal capabilities. However, since then, Rosie has lost 16.5 stone and is back with a new style of soul music for her upcoming album.
Gaining influences from her family and relationships, Rosie found her own experiences in life inspire her music most. The album is based around relationships and experiences in her life that have happened over the past few years, but ‘No One’ follows the story of true love between Rosie’s mum and dad that she is lucky to see every day.
There is some truly honest songwriting coming from Rosie’s new music, but her voice is the real star of the show. Her vocals are wide ranging, touching from gentle whispers all the way to powerful and emotive roars; she is a genuinely gifted singer. Her latest set of songs show a side of her voice that can be compared to the likes of Rumer and even soul legend, Sade.
Having grown up with sounds of Motown, Soul and the vibrant style of the sixties, Rosie immersed herself in the unique energy of the music, which has naturally lingered into her own. By the age of eleven Rosie could play both the piano and saxophone and continued to blossom as an artist. She began singing alongside The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain in the 2011 and 2012 BBC Proms and then gained a Bachelor of Music Performance Degree at the London College of Music.
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