LA-based singer/songwriter She-Rōze shares her debut single “Hold Me Down,” a heartfelt track that blends R&B/soul with hip-hop. Armed with a smooth commanding vocal tone, she delivers a soothing melodic performance ripe with lyrics that dive into the deep internal struggles that many face, ranging from systemic oppression, disenfranchisement, and being undervalued. She pours her heart out on wax and implores listeners not to give up even in the face of adversity. The record has a mid-00s neo-soul vibe with its sublime jazz-infused production and She-Rōze’s blend of alluring melodies and honest rap verses.


“Hold Me Down,” is taken from her upcoming album, We Rise, due out February 22nd. The album is dedicated to women everywhere but especially those in the Hip Hop and breakin’ community. It reflects her personal filter on themes of their shared experiences based on her own. “It’s like what my husband Artson says… I’ll sleep when I stop dreamin’,” she quotes. “Together rising up. Change the world. I can see it. Want it bad enough, got to give it. be it.” – She-Rōze

Proceeds from the album will go to various community organizations She-Rōze partners with as well as her own women-led non-profit organization, the Shero Collective, which is dedicated to empowering the hip hop and BIPOC communities everywhere through arts & culture advocacy, mentorship and career development resources, as well as community insights and professional consulting. Learn more HERE.

She-Rōze is a Las Vegas, Nevada born to a Cuban father and Vietnam war vet, and a Filipino mother.

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