If you did a cursory Google search on Rozes, the first thing you'd likely come across is her Wikipedia page, which states that "she is best known for her 2015 collaboration, 'Roses' with duo The Chainsmokers". A fair assessment, sure, working with The Chainsmokers in any capacity is a big deal, but it still paints a very incomplete picture. You see, ROZES is more than just one song, and most certainly more than just one sound. Pop is the main realm in which she works, but pop can still be too limiting a descriptor. As the saying goes, this isn't your father's pop music. Borrowing inspiration from sources that are as varied as they are numerous, ROZES creates music that pops for sure, but she also blows you away with layers of intricacy and skill that few others in her position possess. ROZES isn't just a pop musician, she's a pop artist, a multi-instrumentalist talent, who instead of letting others dictate her sound, decides to go and make it on her own. Of course you probably knew all of this already if you're familiar with the Baeble NEXT Session we did with her a little while back... We were so excited to catch up with her at the Thrillist Holiday Hideaway this past December. A lot has changed since we last sat down with ROZES, so there's no better way to do some catching than with an interview and an intimate live session to stave off the cold. And of course, as the times have changed, so has ROZES. Her new single "Famous" dropped late last year and has been a heavy favorite on our playlists, but more importantly, she obviously has kept striving to reach higher grounds, pushing herself to become one of the hottest and most recognizable faces of modern pop to date.