Rossini debuts with “Party People”
Rossini, the Haitian-born club pop artist based out of Denver, CO, has just released his debut single and music video, “Party People”. With sexy, airy vocals that become engraved in your mind and pounding production you hope to hear in every Miami club, you’ll be dancing out the rest of quarantine with this club-pop anthem by your side!The music video, which features Rossini’s famous hallway dancing and a deeper look into the vices that inspired the single, will be released alongside the track.
The son of a church choir composer, Rossini is Haitian-rooted, Florida-grown and Europe-inspired, and is a melting pot of influences and musical styles. With music trickling through his bloodline and drawing from influences ranging from Michael Jackson and Outkast to Amy Winehouse and Pharrell, Rossini best exemplifies the clash between pop, disco, and house music. He was able to play piano before he could even speak! His upbringing was molded by his father and his choir director uncle, both of whom encourange his songwriting as he grew up.