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Rose Thornberry – Shea Marie Diva & Vixens Podcast Ep. 12

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Detroit singer, Rose Thornberry, is the guest on Episode 12 of Shea Marie Diva & Vixens Podcast. She speaks about the storied history of her city with the iconic Motown Records.

She breaks down how and why she wanted to become a soulful singer. The songstress began singing at a young age in the choir following the footsteps of her idol Aretha Franklin. The sound of Detroit in 2022 is fused with the elements of its roots from the 1960’s when you listen to her music.

Thornberry illustrates her process in making her sound unique for today’s market that is social media driven. She has a new album out and talks about why listeners should take in her style of music. The Janet Jackson documentary that recently made headlines in the music and entertainment world was also touched upon. It was reminded that her famous brothers got their big break in Detroit with Berry Gordy under Motown Records.

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Her inspiration comes from a variety of artists which include Michael Jackson, Prince, Janis Joplin, Jhene Aiko, and the early sounds of Motown. An eclectic entertainer, Rose Thornberry has appreciation for artists who paved the way such as Diana Ross, but at the same time understands the current impact of women today such as Nicki Minaj and Cardi B and Doja Cat.

MUSIC BY ROSE THORNBERRY

During the interview, Thornberry revealed that she is working on new music and is about to drop her album. The music video “Energy” is a little taste of what is to come from this artist representing Detroit.

Stream her music on Spotify below and all major platforms.

 

The artist also has other music that you can listen to such as her cover of the Summer Walker single, “Girls Need Love“, along with music including the Sam Watson featured “Favorite Song.”