ROZES Enlists Marian Hill, MisterWives & SHAED On New Version Of ‘Halfway There’ For International Women’s Day

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ROZES has debuted the empowering anthem “Halfway There (GRL PWR)” -- with the assistance of buddies from Marian Hill, MisterWives and SHAED -- premiering completely on Billboard right this moment (March 7).

The uplifting pop ballad options Marian Hill's Samantha Gongol, MisterWives' Mandy Lee and SHAED's Chelsea Lee lending their vocals for the highly effective refrain. “We're already midway there/ Are we gonna end what we began, or simply depart it right here?/ 'Cause the combat ain't truthful, if we're hanging onto one thing/ Only midway there,” they sing.

The up to date model follows the discharge of ROZES’ authentic observe again in January, which was used because the anthem for this yr’s Women’s March on NYC. ROZES tells Billboard that the track stems from the “fighter” in her, including that she’s pleased to collaborate with fellow Photo Finish Records artists.

“We as girls face many obstacles within the workforce. It is so superb with the ability to crew up with my Photo Finish sisters for this alternate model of ‘Halfway There,’” she says. “For them to supply their superb abilities and stand with me on this combat feels just like the assist all of us girls want. As the saying goes, ‘Empowered Women Empower Women.’ We should proceed to assist and construct one another up. There is room right here for all of us.”

The track additionally honors International Women’s Day (March eight), and Chelsea Lee explains that the track is a option to have fun all girls. "Although girls must be appreciated and revered every day, International Women’s Day encourages us all to return collectively and have fun one another; a day the place girls are acknowledged for his or her energy, magnificence, and accomplishments," Lee says.

Gongol mirrors Lee’s sentiments, including that she was honored to affix her fellow singer-songwriters on “Halfway There.” “International Women’s Day is a name to motion, a celebration of accomplishment, and an acknowledgment of the challenges that ladies all over the world nonetheless face,” Gongol says. “I don’t typically get to sing with three insanely proficient girls, however becoming a member of Mandy and Chelsea on Liz’s track felt like our personal tribute. I’m honored to be one small voice amongst a quickly rising choir. And we had a lot enjoyable singing it.”

Get a primary hear of “Halfway There (GRL PWR)” under.

ROZES has partnered with the UN Foundation’s Girl Up program for the discharge of “Halfway There (GRL PWR).” 20% of the earnings from the track’s streams will go to Girl Up, in addition to 100% of the earnings from particular rose pins, which can be found for buy for $5 (or you'll be able to donate what you want). Learn extra here.