Carmouflage Rose Signs To Sony Music Entertainment Australia

Follows Up Breakout Hit ‘Late Nights’ With Stand Out New Single ‘Wildflowers’

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It is with great anticipation that breakthrough artist Carmouflage Rose announces his signing to Sony Music Entertainment Australia and releases his highly anticipated new single ‘Wildflowers’. Stream or buy ‘Wildflowers’ HERE.

Denis Handlin AO, Chairman & CEO, Australia & New Zealand and President, Asia, says “I am thrilled to welcome Carmouflage Rose to the Sony Music family. Camo is a unique artist who brings an incredibly exciting sound to the ever evolving hip – hop scene.”

The Brisbane based triple j Unearthed artist has received immediate support from the station, with KLP premiering the track on ‘Good Nights’ on Wednesday. ‘Wildflowers’ is a natural progression from his previous hit ‘Late Nights’, written by Carmouflage Rose himself and produced by James Angus. ‘Wildflowers’ is a smooth continuum of hip-hop and electronic sounds which echoes his unique style – a mixture of his childhood influences growing up in Zimbabwe, and his contemporary inspirations including Travis Scott and Joey Badass.

To coincide with the release of ‘Wildflowers’, Carmouflage Rose has also announced that he will be heading out on a mammoth tour across Australia and New Zealand to celebrate the release of ‘Wildflowers’.

Over the past 12 months, Carmouflage Rose has achieved incredible success as an independent artist, with his debut release ‘Late Nights’ being one of the top 30 most played songs on triple j in 2017. Collectively amassing over 5 million streams across Spotify and Apple. 2017 saw Carmouflage Rose support the likes of Alison Wonderland and A$AP Ferg nationally on the Scarehouse Tour, and saw him perform alongside Metro Boomin, DAVE and Wiley, along with a slew of headline shows and festivals.

Carmouflage Rose’s musical journey began when he arrived in Australian over 8 years ago from Zimbabwe. “I grew up listening to Jamaican music,” says Camo, citing icons like Bob and Damien Marley, Buju Banton and Capleton. In his late teens, the music of American artists like The Weeknd, and Travis Scott took a hold of him, but the challenge was always authenticity. “No matter how hard I tried to put on a vibe to rap, it has that dancehall vibe. My roots always come out in my music someway, somehow.” Just like his culture, which is embedded in his music, Carmouflage Rose stands for hidden beauty.