"A Little More"
"A Little More" NPR Tiny Desk Video Submission
"Indie Nashville talent Rosemary Joaquin leaves her emotions bare on her “coming-out anthem,” a relatable pop ballad about finding oneself within the excitement of their first real love."
-Billboard Pride [February 2020 Queer Necessities]
In Lieu of the COVID-19
Rosemary Joaquin, Washington D.C. native, moved to Nashville in 2018 to pursue her dream of becoming a singer. Rosemary’s velvety low-pitched voice is similar to Leon, King Princess, and Dua Lipa. Once you hear her soulful gritty voice you will crave more! One of her first releases "Bad Song" recently surpassed 1 million streams on Spotify! Her last 2019 single "Hate That I Love You" landed her a spot on the Waffle House Touch Tunes Jukeboxes. She also left the 2nd Annual Waffle House Tunie Awards Show with the 2019 "Scattered, Smothered and Discovered" artist of the year award. One of her latest release "A Little More" was featured on Billboard Pride’s “Queer Necessities" in February 2020!