Michigan-based talent Jerome Whitaker recently released his project ‘RoseAnna.’ On the album, he opens up about the various things that he has experienced as a person and expressing himself in ways that he previously hasn’t in his music.
“This is a project where I aim to solidify my position as an artist that brings more to the table than just the music,” Whitaker says. “I am an artist that young men on their grind can relate to and look to as an icon.”
He showcases these special characteristics on tracks like “Play Time” and “My Grind,” which reveal the daily obstacles that he faces and describe how he got to where he currently is. Throughout the project, audiences get to hear Whitaker’s voice as it is – meaning that he didn’t rely on the use of autotune or other effects to alter his voice.
Mostly, the album is a testament to Whitaker’s emotional side, as he expresses his gratitude for various women throughout his journey who have contributed or impacted him in one way or another. On track two, titled “Aaliyah” for example, he expresses his love for a woman who has been present during the highs and lows of his life. He goes into detail about the fact that he enjoys having strong women behind him to keep him motivated.
With that being said, RoseAnna is an inspiring effort from Whitaker and marks one of the next phases in his musical journey as he continues to strive. As far as what’s next, audiences can be on the lookout for some visuals from the album on the way.
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Stream ‘RoseAnna’ below.