- Hosted by: splice
- Starting Date: Feb 28 2018
- Submission Date: Mar 29 2018
- Winner Date: Apr 25 2018
Out Now via Photo Finish, American singer-songwriter ROZES and iconic Dutch producer Nicky Romero unveil their stunning debut collaboration, ‘Where Would We Be’.
A larger-than-life cut filled with sumptuous pop-laden soundscapes, ‘Where Would We Be’ marries ROZES’ unmistakable pristine vocals with the impeccable production values for which Nicky Romero has become so famed over the years.
Following her chart-topping, platinum-selling collaboration with The Chainsmokers, ‘Roses’, in 2017, ‘Where Would We Be’ is the exquisite follow up that fans have been yearning to hear from the Philadelphia-born starlet. ROZES commented: "Everyone has their "what if's" and "I wonder what would've happened's" when reminiscing on past relationships, so I wanted to roll all my questions into one song. You wonder if they ever got it together and where your lives would be if you were still together. But I get pulled back to reality because I'm the happiest I've ever been. But sometimes, you still wonder”
Speaking further about the collaboration, which marks a distinct change in style from his high-octane, dance music-orientated productions, Nicky Romero commented: “I’ve been a big fan of ROZES for a while now, so it was great to finally get in the studio together. Working with Elizabeth has been an absolute pleasure and as you’ll hear ‘Where We Would Be’ is very different to the sort of tracks I usually put out on my own label, Protocol Recordings. It’s a really accessible crossover record and I’m super excited for everybody to hear it. Collaborating with artists in the pop space recently has been very refreshing and you can expect a lot more like this from me in 2018”.
Now ROZES and Nicky Romero want to hear you take on ‘Where Would We Be’ - submit your best remix to win JBL Everest Elite Headphones, a repost of your track from ROZES & Nicky Romero on Soundcloud, A Nintendo 64 Gaming System, and merch!
ROZES X Nicky Romero –"Where Would We Be" is out now on all DSPs via Photo Finish. "Where Would We Be" is in E Major and 167 BPM.