Milyssa Rose is a passionate and multi-talented Pop Artist who was born in Detroit, knowing that entertainment was her ultimate inspiration from an early age. She has gone on to open for B5, Kilo Ali, Faith Evans, Mykko Montana, Donnell Jones, and the Rich Kidz, as well as winning a number of awards and appearing on major television shows worldwide.
Christopher Lee Tucker aka KING was raised in Columbia. He got his ‘calling’ by getting plenty of love and attention in school and his neighborhood freestyling. It wasn’t until after high school that he actually sat down and wrote his first song. Since then he has recorded over a 100 songs. Now the explosive combination of KING and Milyssa Rose release the single, “Games”.
Milyssa Rose has presented us with a wonderful example of her artistry with this release. In addition to her vocal gifts, “Games” showcases her exceptional lyrical phrasing, stylistic uniqueness and a truly catchy melody and rhythmic undertone.
She is confident, almost ferocious as she delivers her self-assurance messages – “All the things you say, all the games you play, I won’t waste my life away. And all the things you do, that never come true…” And if you’ve ever been in love, or heartbroken by some starry-eyed fool, you can feel her on this one.
This is a different level for Pop – a solid work with plenty of musical muscle and lyrical depth. This complete track does everything it should; the energy it provides is obvious. It rises and falls to give you a chance to catch your breath, but still seems to always be on an upward swing.
The rising cocky verses by KING add so much wonderful excitement and when the crescendo finally bursts, the song keeps flowing. Milyssa’s voice belts out the melody but is simultaneously airy. The back beat is punchy and groovy, while there is something about this track just makes it so repeatable and turn-it-up-loudable!
This song can easily played on repeat for hours helping you reflect on love and relationships, while you are hopelessly rolling papers and dancing in your chair; it just won’t get old…simply because we’ll always be playing “Games” – it’s in the nature of our being!
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