Lexie Rose is back!
American pop singer, Lexie Rose, has backed her bold confidence and ambition with a charismatic stage presence and commitment to crafting compelling tunes reflective of her life’s journey at any given time. As the-tracks she recorded at age 14 with Grammy winning producer Sheldon Gomberg (Ben Harper, Rickie Lee Jones, Ryan Adams) continue generating buzz on her Soundcloud page, Lexie’s latest songs are produced by Max Allyn, with deeper, darker, more mysterious pieces. “Wrong” is the first single from her excellent new EP. This is a pop singer to keep an ear to as she’s gone from working with one great producer to the next, with Gomberg and Allyn already written all-over her work. The latter being at the helm for this EP which features the lead-off single “Wrong” to give an opinion about and encourage circulation of Lexie’s music.
Anyone willing to change their ways in a relationship can understand everything she’s singing about on this, and those who normally couldn’t, will find some growth advice in these words of wisdom. Sometimes the young can teach us all a lesson that we aren’t even willing to admit exists in a world full of conflict, and with “Wrong” she hits home in every way about that. It’s denial that kills a good thing more often-than not, and it’s an underlying point in this song, at the very least. But it is also a song that needs detection of storyline or meaning, as well. You can have it both ways, because she also knows that.
It’s up to the listener and although Lexie makes that clear, she also gets a lot off her chest on what stands somewhere between a ballad and a slow-jam of sorts. It’s a song that contains many such diverse qualities without going outside the main frame of pop, and that’s amazingly difficult to do and stay considered a “pop singer-songwriter.” You’ll find it better than most dance music going on, with the same impact it has in the pop arena. Make no mistake though, it’s not to be confused, but rather heard as the widely diverse track it is for all it’s worth. And if pop, rock and jazz stations can’t relate, then smooth jazz lovers can. If you want a little of that or a lot of the former said genres, it’s worth reaching for, and so is Lexie Rose’s music in general. She has come a long way, but still has the whole open road to go. It’s the right time to key in on her because she could be on the fast track to world stages, and you could see her there if you read this or not. She’s seasoned enough to arrive at where she is, and this track will help pave the way to more for an artist that must be heard to be believed, like so many others that could benefit from vital mass-exposure. “Wrong” is the right choice if you crave good integral American pop.