As AntiGravity’s flagship artist, the Milwaukee-bred Romell is a genuine, vulnerable singer with a hypnotic flow that offers the universal reality of truth in his soulful, street-inspired R&B pop.
In Romell’s world, “the vibez” isn’t simply the raw and open-hearted emotion one derives from his genuine, vulnerable and hypnotic R&B/pop joint “Die Alone,” the introductory single from the Milwaukee-bred singer and songwriter’s forthcoming debut album. No, it’s something much bigger: a soul-baring invitation to reflect, challenge preconceived notions and propel yourself to heights unencumbered by limitation.
“It’s an uplifting thing,” notes Romell, the flagship artist of AntiGravity, a new label venture between noted Canadian producer/writer/mixer Justin Gray (Avril Lavigne, Mariah Carey, John Legend) L.A.-based veteran manager and music executive Brad Aarons and Warner Music Canada.
“When you welcome somebody into the vibe, you’re welcoming them into your lifestyle –a mix of who you are and how you feel as a person." "You’re welcoming somebody in to get to know the real you. You’re empowering other people to allow them to know who you are, as you help them grow with you and you grow with them.”