As a self-taught singer/songwriter and producer, 69th Rose has always been one to add layers of diversity to his music. With the fresh and vibrant cuts ‘Trapping Sunrise’ and ‘4Yrs’ cementing him as a bold and emerging talent, he now continues his journey through broad and cinematic RnB with his latest offering ‘Summa’s Interlude’.
Aiming to channel the sun-kissed vibes of artists like Jorja Smith and Mura Masa, and collaborating with singer Gin Mason, the producer brings a warm and inviting atmosphere to his latest release. Inspired by the simple serenity of a summer’s day, the new release creates a smooth and nostalgic vibe with an exciting and eccentric production that never feels cluttered or overbearing.
Speaking about the origins of his new single, he said, “The production of “Summa’s Interlude” was initially birthed from a WhatApp voice note, in-fact it’s very much a prominent part of the song now. Even the featured singer Gin Mason, who was visiting from America Boston at the time, was walking from room to room when I caught her humming some amazing melodies. After an hour of goofing, nagging and sharing ideas we both wrote what is now ‘Summa’s Interlude’. The process of this song truly was organic synchronicity or just right time, right place.”
Adding that this is, “A song about summer, all its highs and its lows. A song to remember that even with the great romance of a summer fling, it’s ok for autumn to come. For now we can refocus the love given through summer and give all the time in the world to ourselves for self-love. No bitterness, no regrets, no hardships. Just accepting blissful times coming to a close and taking those experiences with us on the road. Summer is always a story.”