The Haitian-rooted, Florida-grown, and Denver-based club pop artist has announced the October 30th release of ‘Heartbreaker’ to all streaming platforms.
Following the success of his debut single, ‘Party People’, which has garnered over 35K cumulative streams since its September release and was praised by Denver’s 303 Magazine as having “a Max Martin-like intuition, riding across a massive dance beat as if “Thriller” was paved out of a real-life apocalypse”, ‘Heartbreaker’ sees Rossini team up with producer Jesse O’Brien (Natasha Bedingfeild, Wu-Tang, Alabama Shakes) to deliver a vocal powerhouse with brooding undertones to match.
“‘Party People’ was a great launchpad that allowed me to establish my brand of club pop. Now, with ‘Heartbreaker’, I really get to stretch my legs and indulge my creative side more from a lyrical and production standpoint. I’ve had this track in my back pocket for a while and Jesse [O’Brien] really helped me bring it to life” says Rossini of the track.
The son of a church choir composer, Rossini found music trickling through his bloodline. An upbringing molded by his father and choir director uncle, Rossini could play the piano before he learned to speak. Following stints in Paris, Los Angeles and Naples, Florida, Rossini relocated to Denver, Colorado with producer Pridemore. ‘Party People’, the debut single from Rossini, was released on September 4th, 2020, with ‘Heartbreaker’ set to follow.