ROZES Returns With Soaring Synth-Pop Anthem “R U Mine”: Idolator Premiere

Mike Wass | July 14, 2015 7:00 am
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From Shura to Sam Bruno, 2015 has been something of a banner year for emerging female artists. You can now add ROZES to that long list of talented women. The 22-year-old first made waves last year with the dreamy electronica of “Everything,” which lead to a feature on Just A Gent’s Hype Machine-conquering “Limelight” as well as The Chainsmokers’ current hit single “Roses.”

The newcomer returns today (July 14) with her best single yet. Produced by ETRON, “R U Mine” finds ROZES coming to grips with the end of a relationship. She fires off a string of questions both to herself and her lover (“What if I don’t want you to go away? Would you stay?”) before letting all the frustration and hurt out in the soaring chorus. It’s a great track made even better by the sheer quality of her voice. We’re excited to premiere the track below.

ROZES’ “R U Mine”:

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