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Stranded, new song from ROZE drops February



As a follow up to their last single The While Night, which was released in the United States, the singing duo of Row and Zuwa Agbonayinma, known as ROZE are back with another love-themed club banger titled Stranded. The track, which celebrates love, is billed for release on all digital music platforms from February 4, 2019.

ROZE (Row & Zuwa) work on ideas separately and combine their ideas to produce the project, though the new track is Zuwa’s idea.

For the brothers, who are sons of politician and music lover Hon. E. J and Mrs Ehiozuwa Johnson Agbonayinma and Itohan Agbonayinma, their talent is too diverse to stick to any particular genre of music. They believe it is a natural phenomenon and should be delivered the way the inspiration came and thus said, “Stranded is to be interpreted in accordance to how you as an individual perceives it. The key point to take is that ROZE produces and make tracks from a wide variety of genres.”


The duo first appeared on the music scene in 2014, while working on a test project, titled Time to Party, which was never released. However, they later returned in 2016 with another track produced by Mekoyo, who has produced for artistes such as Style Plus.

Out of the several songs recorded by ROZE, the hit song titled The Whole Night, with a video directed by Clarence Peters, was a huge success and it was already making waves in the US before it was released in Africa.

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