The Return of Rozzi
Updated: Aug 22, 2020
Rozzi takes the stories and secrets typically reserved for conversations among confidants or lovers and turns them into songs. Not just any songs though, her bold delivery and skyscraper-size range amplify the meaning of each and every lyric with smoky soul spirit, engaging eloquence, and a pop punch. After collaborations with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Pusha T, a sold-out arena tour supporting Maroon 5 (during which she dueted nightly with the band on “Moves Like Jagger”), and a steady musical output, the San Francisco-born singer and songwriter delivered her first full-length album, Bad Together, in 2018.
Gathering millions of streams, Time cited “Never Over You” among “5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week” as she made her late-night television debut with a performance of the single on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! Further acclaim followed from Rolling Stone, Who What Wear, Yahoo!, and On Air with Ryan Seacrest who claimed, “Rozzi has officially arrived.” Along the way, she even launched the “Ugh! You’re So Good!” podcast with co-host Scott Hoying of Pentatonix, which has continued to garner thousands of weekly fans since its recent release.
Rozzi returns with her new single “Best Friend Song”. Written with collaborators Charlie Snyder (Machine Gun Kelly, Bebe Rexha, G-Eazy) and Zak Waters (Betty Who, JoJo, SHINee), and co-produced by Zak Waters, Steve Greenberg, Michael Mangini and AJR brothers Jack Metzger and Ryan Metzger, “Best Friend Song” is the ultimate pop anthem dedicated to lifelong friendship.