If you want to know where the future of pop music lies then look no further than JJ Rosa, a remarkable talent who exuberates all the confidence and ability of an artist who may well of been signed to Chess Records in the 60s like Howlin Wolf or Eatha Kitt, but manages to extoll the virtues of great female RnB/Pop sometimes stumbled on by the likes of a Lauryn Hill.
JJ has been getting herself up on some big festival stages, having opened for Stevie Wonder and performed at BTS at Hyde Park, US Ambassadors Party in Regents Park, The Great Escape, Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Festival No.6. She’s also performed in New York, around Europe, and as a Fender Ambassador, has played at Fender's 60th Stratocaster Anniversary and participated in many up and coming Fender guitar campaigns.
There are so few musicians that are as ambitious as JJ and have such a pedigree and potential. With the critics raving and the public already hooked, it will not be too long until the Manchester-born artist is one of the hottest names in music…
"An incredible musician!" - Labrinth (Singer/Musician/Producer)
"I think ten years from now she will be the biggest artist out of Manchester ever, bigger than Oasis or New Order in terms of what she does. She’s so talented and possesses world class potential" - Clint Boon, Inspiral Carpets
"I was around to see Jimi perform 'Little Wing' in person back in the day and your interpretation made me emotional and gave me goosebumps" - Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac