Songtress Rosalee Urges Dreams Do Come True!

Songstress Rosalee said that even though her parents were not her biggest supporters regarding her dreams of becoming a singer, she never stopped dreaming. “I always enjoyed singing,” said Rosalee, “whenever I would sing my parents didn’t want to listen.”

Determined to pave her own way, after high school the Utah born native quickly moved to Las Vegas with a steadfast dream on her mind. After several jobs to make ‘ends meat’ Rosalee finally landed an audition that would change her life. “I kept believing in myself when no one else did,” said the songstress. “David Foster was holding auditions and I managed to get my tape to him, he listened and invited me to a live audition. Before I knew it, I was singing the national anthem for professional sporting events with massive live audiences. I have even had the chance to tour around the world with other recording artists”.

Rosalee’s dreams and determination have landed her a new album titled,
What It Is. With her first single, she successfully collaborated with Snopp Dogg on the uptempo Just My Thang. The self taught singer’s album is loaded with soulful tunes and her pleasing vocals are slightly reminiscent of the late Tina Marie.

On the beauty tip - The lovely singer says she keeps her porcelain skin looking fresh by applying a mud mask twice a week. For more on my interview with Rosalee listen to the Podcast. You can also visit her web page