American singer-songwriter ROZET has dropped a new single called “Rigamarole”. The song, a retro-soul/R&B track, sees the artist approach social injustices and mistreatments for mental health issues (“especially black mental health”, she points out). The “Rigamarole” the singer evocates designate meaningless statements or nonsensical talk used to confuse people.
It’s the second single taken from her upcoming debut EP Torso Tales, set to be released early next year. ROZET’s first single “Phantom City” was released in March, and garnered one million Spotify streams in six short months.
Talking about the inspiration behind the song, ROZET explains: “I looked up and found myself fed up with society around me. To keep from projecting my frustrations on to others I started texting myself a combination of poetry and questions for the gods, deities, and universe. But, one day I reached a limit – my internal damage was maxed out. I sent myself this text that I later titled RIGAMAROLE“.
ROZET is originally from Miami, Florida, and grew up in a musical family, discovering early on her passion for music and performing. Her goal, through her music, is to bring the listeners into her own element, taking them out of thers.
If you like the record, stay tuned, because ROZET’s debut EP will be out in the beginning of 2021. The artist has already announced that it is a six-track eclectic project, that blends sounds and genres.
You can listen to the track right now: