Haitian-rooted, Florida-grown, and Europe-inspired;
Rossini is a melting pot of influences and musical styles.
The son of a church choir composer, Rossini found music trickling through his bloodline. An upbringing molded by his father and choir director uncle, Rossini could play the piano before he learned to speak. Discovering a knack for songwriting in high school, he followed his passion to Paris after graduation. He would spend three years in the music capital of Europe, where he delved further into his writing and the culture surrounding the Paris music scene. Following stints in Los Angeles and Naples, Florida, Rossini relocated to Denver, Colorado with producer Pridemore. A performance as the opening act for Majid Jordan’s The Space Between World Tour in Denver created an initial fanbase for Rossini and helped solidify his sound.
With the September 4th release of his debut single, ’Party People’, Rossini makes a powerful statement in the underground pop club scene. FVMusic Blog says of the track: "We all need a pick-me-up after the trials of 2020. Forget the pains of quarantine, ‘Party People’ is a pop anthem that is just the tonic that we all need at the moment!". Drawing from influences ranging from Michael Jackson and Outkast to Amy Winehouse and Pharrell, Rossini best exemplifies the clash between pop, disco, and club music.