Vanity Rose Gives Off High Energy In “F*ck Face”

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Atlanta next IT girl group Vanity Rose unveils new single “F*ck Face” to position themselves nicely for a amazing 2022. “F*ck Face,” produced by DJ Chose, mixes the blunt pure energy of fellow rap chicks City Girls and adds a bit of Summer Walker vibrancy to procure a self love women’s track that embodies women’s empowerment in a modern way.

“F*CK Face” is about being young and carefree. Going against the grain, enjoying life, even if it means having a different man, for different reasons in different area codes. Vanity Rose doesn’t care about social norms or what the public has to say. This song is an anthem of being bold, beautiful and confident. “My body – my way – is the Vanity Rose way! Their raunchy lyrics show their unison for female power and sexuality, saying the things every girl thinks but can never speak. 

Vanity Rose on the meaning of their new single

More information can be found about Vanity Rose here for reader whom are not familiar with them: Vanity Rose is an all girl group out of Atlanta whose line up consists of Honey, Hazel, and Hennessy. Vanity Rose is now managed by Record Executive Michael “Blue” Williams under the Family Tree / Outback Presents label. They have collaborated with well known producers and songwriters such as 1500 or Nothin’, DJ Chose, and more.

Their repertoire combines the vocal styles of R&B with modern day Rap and Hip Hop. Hazel, Hennessy, and Honey are one of the few groups in music that have three different personalities, but come together with their strong harmonies. The group’s music is lyrically a team effort. Every member of the group contributes to the creative process both in and out of the studio. They are not afraid to talk about anything from their struggles including proving doubters wrong and going against the stigmas of being a girl group to more fun and explicit records.

Vanity Rose are composed of artists to pick to breakout into stardom for 2022 and a good way to help that cause is to add “F*ck Face” to your favorite DSP.