Rose Blvc signs to Rockstar Group

18 December 2020 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER



WINDHOEK

The Rockstar Group has signed multi award-winning rising star, singer-songwriter Rose Blvc to ground-breaking global agreements with its Rockstar ONE, OAS1SONE, Rockstar Television and Rockstar Publishing businesses.

The deal was inked in November and will see the reigning Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) artist of the year’s highly acclaimed album, Forbidden Fruit, re-released globally with Rockstar.

In addition, her future recordings will be released globally through the Rockstar Group.

Awards galore

Rose Blvc shot to stardom recently when she won best reggae album of the year, best newcomer of the year, best female artist of the year, overall album of the year and best overall artist of the year at the NAMAs - credited and acclaimed by The Source Magazine in the USA and Huffington Post in London as the best annual music awards on the African continent.

Her album also won the best producer of the year. Rose Blvc has undoubtedly staked her claim as one of the biggest rising stars on the African continent this year.

In this new partnership, the musician and the Rockstar Group will also explore Pan African and global opportunities, fast-tracking her brand and music to music stores, radio stations, playlists, clubs, DJs, brands and more.

Premium placement

Meanwhile, Rose Blvc’s content will enjoy premium placement on OAS1SONE and Rockstar Television, which reach a subscriber base of over 265 million paying subscribers.

The partnership will furthermore open doors and explore a myriad of other potential opportunities in films, TV shows, games and more through Rockstar Publishing’s unique on-the-ground network across Africa and worldwide

"After such an amazing year for my music, to now be able to have the leading full-service music group in Africa be part of my team is really exciting. To know music fans around the world can get my music wherever they are and whenever they want. Having the Rockstar team manage this for me. Enabling me to focus on my art and my music and keep creating emotional journeys and stories for fans and audiences across Namibia and the rest of the world… It’s all truly exciting and humbling," Rose Blvc said.

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