Da Break is an alternative-funk outfit based in France. Not too long ago, they released a music video for their “Miss Rosa” single.
Da Break – “Miss Rosa” music video
“Six in the morning, wake up and stretch. Miss Rosa’s smiling, she’s feeling great. Her son is coming, probably late, to enjoy a piece of a delicious chocolate banana cake. She’s looking at herself in the mirror, feeling gorgeous despite the years. Rosa’s turning 88 in an hour.” – lyrics
‘Miss Rosa’, inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, addresses racial issues and police violence. Also, the song talks about how history, despite its traumatic consequences, can repeat itself and make the news.
Furthermore, “Miss Rosa” contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the song possesses funky instrumentation scented with an alternative-GFunk aroma.
Da Break consists of Bruno “Patchworks” Hovart (producer), Jen’ “Hawa” Zonou (singer), Rémy “ray2thekay” Kaprielan (drummer), Pierre “Monpierro” Vadon, and Nicolas “Tom Creuse” Mondon. Their sound gives off an old school ‘90s vibe, and their music is spontaneous. Also, their musical influences include Zulu Nation, De la Soul, Missy Elliott, Salt’n’Pepa, Mac Miller, Warren G, Biggy Smalls, Badu, and more.
“Miss Rosa” single
“Eight in the morning, Rosa froze, coffee’s dripping on her toes. Can’t revive the past, this suffering, gotta protest, and gotta win. Get on your feet, never give up your seat, no surrender.” – lyrics
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