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Rosehardt

Songs in the Key of Solitude

Rosehardt Songs In The Key Of Solitude
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Rosehardt cut his teeth as an actor at SUNY Purchase and as one half of the NYC duo Quincy Vidal before mining his past, present, and future for themes on his introspective (and ultimately defiant) solo debut. He winds his way between genres and styles with ease, sounding equally at home in setting the stage with R&B for album opener Sunday as he does weaving synth-pop choruses into Boot Camp Clik indebted hip hop on Play and Bad Song. The albums emotional and musical centerpieces bookend the record: Fall Into You is a devastating embrace of loneliness, a raw meditation on a broken heart that transitions through the stages of attachment, manipulation, emotional burden and, ultimately, blissful detachment; Goddamn concludes the LP with a searing depiction of Rosehardts religious upbringing that documents his family, his faith and his frustration with the worlds expectations that have shaped his identity as an artist, and as a man.
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