Rosehardt Readies ‘Songs In The Key Of Solitude’ With ‘Goddamn’ Single
The actor-musician known around the game as Rosehardt prepares his album, Songs In The Key Of Solitude, with an introspective number.
If you live in the County of Kings (Brooklyn) then you’ve probably seen Caleb Eberhardt around at a Makossa party or Brooklyn Museum x First Saturday event. The likable, extremely capable musician and actor has been hard at work with his project, Songs In The Key Of Solitude, and we’re ecstatic to share his cool, introspective number, “Goddamn” for your ears pleasure.
As Rosehardt, this Brooklyn-based R&B artist’s voice gives off a smooth vibe that also allows some space and room to fill the song’s pocket nice-and-groovy. Warm keys and a subtle hint of bass are all Rosehardt needs to get you in a slow jam and dance mood. His songwriting is impeccable as he manages to question his faith and identity without sounding whiny or preachy. Able to carry the weight of the song like a melodic Hercules, Rosehardt nimble ability to switch between sung and rapped vocals works perfectly on “Goddamn”.
Songs In The Key Of Solitude is Rosehardt’s debut album and, you guessed it, is a play on Stevie Wonder’s 1976 classic, Songs In The Key Of Life. Seems like a hefty comparison to make between himself and the music legend, but Rosehardt proves with “Goddamn” that he’s not far off from being a true star.
Listen to “Goddamn” below and circle April 6 as when Songs In The Key Of Solitude is available everywhere via Styles Upon Styles.