The Pollyseeds’ Rose Gold Sings About Betrayal On “Signs” Feat. Airplane James & Joon [Premiere]
With the beat running, Rose Gold began to think about past relationships, which lead to “Signs,” a song about betrayal and beating yourself up.
Friend to the site, Rose Gold, has been building her reputation as one of the music industry’s brightest young pens. As part of Terrace Martin’s collective, The Pollyseeds, she stands out as a vocalist and songwriter with a goal firmly in mind: to make you feel every note and every riff. With that in mind, the Baltimore-to-Los Angeles transplant has been putting in work, releasing a new song, “Signs,” which features Airplane James and Joon.
Produced by Terrence Clayton, better known as @SoundsLikeTC, and the rapper Problem — Rose told us exclusively how this song about “betrayal and beating yourself up for doing something you already knew you shouldn’t have been doing” came along. “I was in the studio and the beat was running,” she said. “It had got me thinking about past relationships. Without anyone even paying attention, I just hopped in the booth and started recording. Joon and Plane were in the room, so they hopped on it as well and this is what we got. Everyone knows the feeling of betrayal, so I hope that this resonates with true lovers of music.”
To date, this Grammy Award-nominated force of nature has put in work for the likes of James Fauntleroy, Faith Evans, Anderson .Paak and TLC to just name a few. Her brand of “guts and soul” stirs the person listening to her into a passionate and emotional fervor. Affirmed by us here @Okayplayer as one to listen to in our First Look Friday series, Rose Gold is an artist who touches your heart before it touches your ears.
Working on her solo project, which is slated to be released soon, you can get a firsthand taste at what to expect by pressing play on “Signs” feat. Airplane James and Joon underneath.