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Tell Me How To Let Go
"Tell Me How To Let Go" explores how abusive behavior can be transmitted through generations. Rosendale combines his vocals and songwriting with pop and future bass production. His self-directed music video showcases the emotional duress caused by abuse from two different perspectives.
“Divine” serves as an unapologetic tribute to themes of LGBT equality and freedom to love, using a man’s relationship with god as comparison. Upbeat production and a soulful saxophone drop highlight the uplifting message in this release: be true to who you are and who you love, no matter what people say.
With over 30 million streams on Spotify, "No Friends" has become an anthem for all introverts and outcasts. In collaboration with producer Cadmium, Rosendale sings about the importance of embracing one's own unique identity and mastering the art of being alone.
Rosendale is a singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. His soulful voice and introspective lyrics have propelled him from an up and coming artist to an international pop musician with over 150,000 YouTube subscribers (@RosendaleSings). His successful progressive house and future bass collaborations are featured on large indie labels such as NCS, Revealed, and Lowly Palace / Trap Nation. Rosendale's past performances include the Taiwanese American Cultural Festival, San Francisco Pride, the Asian Heritage Street Festival, APAture, and various open mic showcases in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.
Promoting LGBT rights, Asian American talent, and inspiring other artists to pursue their passions are goals that Rosendale aims to achieve through his music and lyrics. The Fairytale EP, released in May of 2017, earned him his first million of combined streams on Spotify. His latest album, The Stages of Grief, details his experiences dealing with heartbreak, depression, and social stigmas that have shaped the person he is today. His music continues to draw new listeners on iTunes and Spotify, solidifying Rosendale as a talented, original musician that can hold his own on the world stage.
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