Dancehall, Soca, Reggae, Pop—the Soulful Onirose ‘Got It’
Every generation boasts a stand out star, a singer that effortlessly fuses genres and captivates the audience at first note. Meet the soulful Onirose who’s Got it!
Born to a Guyanese-Surinamese-Barbadian father, and a mother of German extraction, the beautiful songstress draws musically from her heritage and surroundings of Guyana, Barbados and Germany. The latter has made her versatility stand out in her music delivery and prolific lyrics.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2014 with her debut single “Bad Boy”, the singer has worked with several notable producers and artistes, such as award winning producer Troyton Music and billboard charting Diamond selling dancehall star Charly Black among others. Produced by Produced by Richie Loop of Small-Box records in Jamaica, Onirose latest single “I Got It” , an up-tempo, modern dancehall track with a hint of American pop has been growing and gathering momentum on the airwaves.
Taking in the momentum, the soulful songbird is preparing for a promotional tour in Europe.
In the spring of 2013 Onirose released her debut single. She came into the studio to record a tribute song to celebrate the woman she admired growing up—that woman was her mother who raised seven children. What started out as just a tribute song later turned into a new career.
Thrilled by the encouragement of the producers for singing with such professionalism she began to pursue a career in music. Since that time, Onirose has been noticed by major media blogs, and media outlets. Her lyrics flow from her own creative process, and are taken directly from her own experiences.
Onirose attributes contributes her influences as Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, and Vybz Kartel. She covers a wide range, and refuses to be limited to one specific genre.
Visit her website to learn more: www.onirosemusic.com
Source: MPR Consulting