What's That Song? Rozzi And Why She's, Ugh, So F**ing Good!

The Creative Climate / Episode 6

For Episode 6, after sharing our feelings about Election Day and its aftermath, (don't expect Pod Save America) we have a great convo with singer/songwriter Rozzi. Originally from San Francisco, Rozzi has a big powerful distinctive voice that has moved folks like Maroon 5's Adam Levine to sing her praises and take her out on tour opening for the band. She's also collaborated with the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Pusha T. among others, and has garnered a ton of positive coverage from the difficult music press. 

We talk with Rozzi about her new (and gorgeous) single, “Orange Skies” written about the wildfire crisis in her native California —  also this episode's Hottest On Record — and we discuss the fact that Rozzi has a podcast of her own that she co-hosts with Scott Hoying of Pentatonix called Ugh! You’re So Good! We turn the praise on her to see how she likes it.

 

— Perry Serpa, co-host