Hi, I'm KellyRose, a multi-genre artist from LA. I love collaborating with others & helping them create art. I've worked with several artists and producers under ATL Records & Capitol Records as Ghostwriter, Composer, Vocalist.
What makes me different? I have a way of making my voice fit all genres! I can manipulate my voice to imitate that feel, I'm not just a singer -- but a vocalist. So try me -- Pop, RnB, NewWave, Chill, EDM, Lofi, Trap, Hip-hop or Folk! -- I can even sing in other languages too :)
What I provide from my studio:
+ Catchy, creative choruses and Topline melodies to bring your song together
+ Songwriting to help to kickstart your ideas when you don't know where to start
Some of my work:
New Wave Music
Follow me on IG: @kellyrosemusic for more
Can't wait to see what art we can create, let's bring your ideas to life!
LET'S DO EEET (Arnold voice) Hit that green "contact" button to get started :)
Would love to hear from you. Click the contact button above to get in touch.
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Interview with Kelly Rose
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Usually, clients come to me with an instrumental and I write top line melodies and lyrics. Other times clients have a song but it is missing something, I add vocal embellishments, interesting harmonies and adlibs. A lot of the time clients have an idea and a basic skeleton and we collaborate to create a complete song.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: While I can be generic and say all the really obvious ones like Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan etc, and of course I do truly appreciate their craft, but there is something about these folks who I feel deserve much much more credit for their craft than they already do. Writers & innovators such as : Stevie Nicks, Missy Elliott, Raphael Saadiq, The Rza, Phil Collins, Gotye, Sibelius... just to name a few.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Gear used : Microphone/s: Blue "Spark" + Audio Technica "AT 2020" + Neumann TLM + Shure (for acoustic guitar) Audio Interface: Presonus Studio systems DAW : Acoustica Mixcraft 8 Pro VSTs: Waves, Izotope suite, Antares, Celemony
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: First things first is the artist/client. I get to know their tastes and see what ideas they have in mind, what do they like, what are their influences for the piece and what they are going for. I know what it's like to have ideas and work with producers, artists who are like robots, machines who just churn out a finished polished product with no feeling no input. If they come to me with exactly what they want then I will deliver them that but I also like to throw in a variety of ideas they may not have thought of. I don't see myself as just working for them but collaborating and building with them, so I approach things with the same passion and thought as I would my own piece.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: As I've mentioned before, I don't see myself as just working for them but collaborating and building with them, so I approach things with the same passion and thought as I would my own piece of music. I bring emotion, innocence, edge, beauty and a certain something you can't put your finger on.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Writing and singing catchy melodies, creating harmonies and lyrics. I like to be clever and inject a little humor into my work.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I've been asked by artists to collaborate on different genres of music : EDM, Lofi, RnB, Pop, hip hop and trap You can find several samples of this above in intro.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't always be afraid of imperfection. I've seen within the industry a formula in production that people never really deviate from. While the end product shimmers and shines there is something missing, a lack of authenticity at times. Sometimes a breath, a crack in the vocal can show fragility or true emotion. Don't be afraid to break boundaries and create your own methods to reach your sound.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: No fair --there are so many to choose from! I think right now I would love to work with either Timbaland or Missy Elliott. All I have to say is this --In a time where 808's and the dirty south hi-hat were blowing up, they came from the south and blew everything out of the water just by sampling babies laughing into hits. Those are the creative musical brains I want to work with. To me, that song "Are You That Somebody" is still fresh now.