Rowlene Is Ready To Drop Her Album

Fans should anticipate nothing but good music

By  | Nov 06, 2020, 03:45 PM  | Top of the

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South African singer and songwriter Rowlene will be releasing her much anticipated album 11:11 which is set to be released via Tall Racks Records on 13 November. in it she features Nasty and speaks highly of him, The singer reveals that she began working on the album last year.

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Rowlene has released her new single “Stop” from the forthcoming album and has received rave reviews. The song was released under Nasty C's record label Tall Racks Records. The 23-year-old sultry artist hails from Elsies River, Cape Town and is claiming her spot in the music scene effortlessly.

Rowlene started singing at a young age and her passion is pretty evident. She has made her mark by collaborating with various notable artists in the industry. Some of her features include Nasty C in the year 2016 with the hit “Phases” and the multi-platinum hit “SMA.”  More collaborations and features followed with “Amen (A.Reece), “Dance With You” Riky Rick, “Runaway” Gemini Major and Note to self” Tellaman.

"The reactions from my fans are really good, they have been making cute videos of the single and it is great to see them excited about my latest work." “Stop” is about understanding one’s purpose and role and how indispensable you may be," Rowlene shares. 

‘I’m tired of being a power source and I’m left empty and seeing how it affects me. It’s a feel-good song." “You have to understand your self-worth and act on it. You’re your own biggest resource. The universe will return the frequencies you send out.”

The RnB artist is set to drop her new album soon and it is titled 11:11, and she explains below what it is about. 

"My album is based on the expression of myself and who I am, fans can expect some really dope music from track one to the last track because I collaborated with great artists." 
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