Came Here to Party - New Pop Single on Invitation Records
Rising Canadian Pop-Star December Rose’s Debut Single and Music Video
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On July 8th, December Rose’s debut single, Came Here to Party, is set to release on Invitation Records. Discovered on the music competition website MakeAStar.com, December Rose has a fresh pop sound delivered by this beautiful and young new talent. Came Here to Party is a happy and fun filled frolic with a driving dance beat that is about letting go and having fun.
The new video is set in southern California with a quirky cast of characters and highlights the young artist running through town inviting new friends to join the party. The closing backyard party scene is full of adolescent antics and winds up with December Rose dancing the night away.
Like many great performers, December started singing with her church and moved on to study music theory and performance training with Canada’s Royal Conservatory of Music. Her soulful, strong delivery is influenced by jazz and classical training but she delivers pure pop magic with Came Here to Party. She performs regularly in Montreal and is currently working on a U.S. Tour to support her new upcoming EP.
“If you want to feel good, listen to Came Here to Party, it is a feel good song!” said Russ Regan, music industry legend and Co-Founder of Invitation Records.
“We are very passionate about this first single from December Rose and I can’t wait to hear it playing in every nightclub and house party worldwide,” said Dr. Iman Foroutan, President of Invitation Records.
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