Rozzi Crane, the first artist signed to Adam Levine's 222 Records, artfully skips between Pop, R&B, Alternative, and Hip Hop, crafting a sassy, sexy, and soulful sound of her own. The San Francisco-born, Los Angeles based singer and songwriter immersed herself in music growing up, obsessing over influences as wide-ranging as Lauryn Hill and Outkast and Destiny's Child and Amy Winehouse. She studied at USC and was a member of the elite Popular Music program's inaugural class. In 2012, she broke on the national level scene with a feature on the No. 1 ranked 'The Hunger Games' soundtrack Maroon 5/T-Bone Burnett song "Come Away To The Water". In Winter 2013, Crane hit the road as a featured performer on Maroon 5's Overexposed World Tour; in Summer 2013 she joined Maroon 5 again, but this time with her own band opening for them w/Kelly Clarkson on the Honda Civic Tour. This past Spring she joined Gavin DeGraw and Parachute as first opener on his North America club tour. Rozzi will be releasing her debut full length early 2015.
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