℗ 2020 OVRCST, under exclusive license to Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings; Human Re Sources
Released July 8, 2020
Duration 17m 38s
Genre R & B
 

Golden Hour

Baby Rose

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1.1
Marmot
Baby Rose
3:49
1.2
Show You
Baby Rose
4:16
1.3
Pressure
Baby Rose
3:16
1.4
Mortal
Baby Rose
3:14
1.5
Artifacts
Baby Rose
3:03
"In an era when the over-reliance on Autotune has nearly everybody in radio R&B land sounding like automatons, [Baby Rose's] unadulterated voice is almost otherworldly. It's confounding how a vocal tone so weathered and wise emerges from her so effortlessly. At 25, she mixes the bluesy melisma of Nina Simone and the deep register of Sarah Vaughan — two of her influences — with songwriting as devastating as her delivery." - NPR Baby Rose releases her 5-track EP Golden Hour, following up on her stunning studio debut To Myself.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – OVRCST / Island Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.22
-0.30 to -0.20
-11.59
-12.61 to -10.05
7
5 to 7
1
Marmot
-0.20-12.617
2
Show You
-0.20-11.117
3
Pressure
-0.30-12.097
4
Mortal
-0.20-12.127
5
Artifacts
-0.20-10.055

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