Danish poptress Rosa Raye reminisces on the positive memories of a past relationship in her latest single “When We Were Good.” It’s a warm R&B piece that has a pinch of moodiness underneath. Along with the single, the gal has shared a music video for it:
On her latest release, Rosa commented: “We actually kept the demo vocal on the track, so what you hear is just what I wrote and recorded that day. I wasn’t trying to say the right, correct things – I was just expressing a feeling. I don’t sugarcoat it because stuff like that hurts. But sometimes when the truth hurts, you just want to escape and make yourself feel good by thinking about the good memories and ignoring the bad, so the song is not too serious. There are some fun lines in there.”
“When We Were Good” is out now via her own label Fort Entertainment.
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