Sascha Rose | Syncopation

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by Sascha Rose

A former Rick James background singer brings her own back to the future rhythmic Pop and R&B approach to music as a singer, songwriter and producer.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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  Song Share Time Download
1. After We Kiss
3:58 $1.67
2. Hungry Women
4:35 $1.67
3. Hungry Women (Remix)
4:41 $1.67
4. On the Day You Rescued Me
4:36 $1.67
5. On the Day You Rescued Me (Radio Version)
3:55 $1.67
6. Why Don't You Be Happy for Me
3:38 $1.67
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
As a background vocalist on the infamous Rick James song, “You and I,” Sascha Rose helped Rick defend the woman he chose to love, defied those who questioned it and defined an R&B sound in that generation!

Now… as a singer / songwriter / producer, she comes to the forefront with original songs, written, produced, and performed tracks mostly herself, along with lead and background vocals. Sascha Rose’s back to the future Pop and R&B approach to music is what fuels her determination to make a mark in this industry. Her EP entitled, “Syncopation” is indicative of the rhythmic sounds (both old and new) used to create her unique songs for this project.

Accompaniment by outstanding talent such as Philly’s Maurice Wilcher and his melodic keyboard part on “On The Day You Rescued Me,” UK talent Zak Lloyd’s keys and string parts on “Hungry Women” and ‘Why Don’t You Be Happy For Me,” male accent voices you hear on “Hungry Women” by Travis Ramon Young, Sr., and Ali Kaleem’s rhythmic (Prince like) riffs on the Hungry Women Remix made it all possible. Sascha Rose programmed drums on all songs as well as FX sounds and played all parts on “After We Kiss” (took her awhile but she did it). Not bad at all for a senior citizen . . . considering . . .LOL!

It all could not have come together as well as it has without the mixing / mastering mastery of Bryan “Dok” Evans of Great Pearl Studio. Hope you enjoy!



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