Fresh off the Drag Race season 13 finale, Rosé has delivered an electro-pop banger that will transport listeners to the synth-pop dance floors of the ’80s.
Backed by an upbeat sound, the track encourages music listeners to live in the moment and embrace their flaws. In a statement, the singer-songwriter discussed the underlying meaning of the record. “So often, people get caught up in getting everything right on every last detail,” she explained. “It can be blinding at times and cause us to miss the mark entirely!
This song is a gentle nudge to remove the blindfold, appreciate flaws and live life to its fullest.” The Drag Race finalist also went into detail on the origins of the song and cites Mother Ru’s direct influence. “’The DevilRead more on gaytimes.co.uk