Emerging US-based Dancehall Deejay Summer Roze is currently promoting her latest single, “Batty Rider”. Released recently, “B Rider” is produced by American producer Byngham. Distributed by Zojak World Wide, it is available on all digital platforms. According to Summer Roze, the song is for “people who genuinely just love music that feels good”. However, she said the females are claiming it as the single that has them dancing when they listen it.
“’B Rider’ is being well received. It has been creating a buzz both locally and Internationally, on the radio stations and the dances. The dancers all love it, especially the DHQ dancers; they post videos dancing to the song on Instagram and received over 90,000 views in just few days,” said Summer Roze.
When asked what inspired the song, she said: “I wanted to stay in the same lane of my first single “Bumpa”, which did well. Also, Buju Banton’s original classic inspired me.” Summer Roze (given name Rosemarie Grant) was born in Florida to Jamaican parents. She is the daughter of Jamaican boxer Uriah Grant. He won the IBF Cruiserweight Championship belt in 1997. She has high expectations for her career. “By the end of 2016, I hope to be fully booked for every festival and concert of 2017 and every year after, my music playing on every station worldwide,” said Summer Roze.
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