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Bella Rousse - Wild & Free #Flyah Review



Belle Rousse is an American, Electro-Soul, Singer-Songwriter from the beautiful southern city of Atlanta, GA, who is captivating listeners from around the globe! Fans describe her as a lyrical storyteller with ethereal and passionate vocals.
Belle Rousse, which translates as "beautiful red head", was a name given to Belle as a young aspiring artists. The arts have always been a major driving force in her life. As a youth, Belle Rousse expressed through her paintings, singing in a gospel choir, playing in bands, drumline, writing songs, and dancing.

Belle Rousse
 is an American, Electro-Soul, Singer-Songwriter from the beautiful southern city of Atlanta, GA, who is captivating listeners from around the globe! Fans describe her as a lyrical storyteller with ethereal and passionate vocals.
Belle Rousse, which translates as "Beautiful Red Head" was a name given to Belle as a young aspiring artists. The arts have always been a major driving force in her life. As a youth, Belle Rousse expressed through her paintings, singing in a gospel choir, playing in bands, drumline, writing songs, and dancing.
In 2012 she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her music career. Since then she has released two Albums titled: “Expressionate” and "Lovelost"

=Accomplishments: Music Connection Magazine (2), Broadcast on east coast & west coast radio stations, selected to perform in the Heineken Cities Showcase, Music featured in a film called "Boxing Chicks" from Tomorrow Pictures, Ghostwriting for other artists, voice-overs, modeling, and acting roles.

Belle Rousse has worked closely with producer Wes Green (formally of Zac Brown's Southern Ground Artists) to 
prepare for her now released Album entitled "Wild & Free". These very personal songs are a collection of her very best work to date. The songwriting in her new Album was inspired by her inner struggles and personal triumphs! A few artists who have influenced this project are “Lana Del Rey, Erykah Badu, Halsey, Band of Horses, Alina Baraz, Sabrina Claudio, Zac Brown Band, Carlos Santana, Rhianna, Shakira & etc, but with her own progressive musical style and perspective.

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