ROSSO AMARILLO Releases New Single
Melancholic hip-hop in the classic ROSSO style, with a unique musical landscape and lyrics that warm and twist in the stomach.
Listen to the release here
The single is a melancholic hip-hop song in the classic ROSSO style, featuring a unique musical landscape and lyrics that evoke both warmth and unease in the stomach. It’s easy to relate to the difficulty of balancing order and adventure in life. The lyrics are a fantastic showcase of ROSSO’s ability to share deeply personal experiences in an accessible and inviting manner. The production is dark and aggressive yet filled with intriguing details that make you want to listen again and explore the subtle layers.
Chaos and Balance
ROSSO AMARILLO describes the single “Har vi två blivit vänner” (Have we two become friends):
“This song started as a mixing project. A song to have something to mix, simply. Parts of the song are about being my own worst enemy. Or at least a part of myself. With age, I have tried to get rid of my weaknesses and focus on my strengths. But the consequence has been that the part of me that created some chaos and gave me a lot of anxiety also brought the fun, spontaneous, and what other people liked. I have become more balanced but at the same time a rather boring person with strict routines to feel good. Although I’m glad that the part of myself that created chaos is gone, I can sometimes miss him. But he is not welcome back!”
ROSSO on the Creative Process
KMR on Working with ROSSO AMARILLO
Filip Killander on the project:
“I’ve been working with ROSSO since the PROLOG EP and I’m a big fan of both the music, the lyrics, and especially the artist. When we met for the first time, it was in KMR’s previous studio in Svartbäcken. I mastered ‘Har vi två blivit vänner’ in Studio A in our new facilities in Uppsala City. It was obvious to me that not only had KMR developed a lot during 2022 – this time, ROSSO has truly outdone himself. I love the lyrics he wrote, and the production fits so well that it’s hard to know where one begins and the other ends.”
Mastering: Filip Killander, KMR Studios
Motion Material: Filip Killander