Most Viewed Stories

Trinity Rose, Award Winning “The Voice” Contestant and Singer Songwriter to release New single “Morning Text”

Multi-talented singer/songwriter Trinity Rose performed as the youngest female contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” enthusiastically endorsed by Alicia Keys who proclaimed “Your voice is STUNNING” at the artist’s audition. She went on to complete GRAMMY CAMP, a prestigious program with alumni including Maren Morris and Billie Eilish. Trinity has performed for crowds larger than 25,000 people and is currently collaborating with Heather Holley, multi-platinum songwriter renowned for her work with Christina Aguilera. 

Trinity’s latest single “Morning Text,” co-written with renowned rapper and Top 25 X-Factor contestant Steve Damar over tracks by producer Scar, is a soulful, hipster pop/R&B track she fondly calls her “Generation Z” song. She met Damar at LA on Lock Studios in Watts where she did an interview and the two immediately hit it off as creative collaborators.


“The song is inspired by real life – about someone being way more interested in me than I am in them and me not saying ‘no’ to the attention and the addiction of responding to texts,” Trinity says. “It basically stems from him giving me all this attention. It was super flattering but I was not that into him. I didn’t want to be mean to him, and then I realized I didn’t want to end the texting. In fact, I really enjoyed it!” 

In Review: Morning Text is an open and honest song, the motions of youth, looking for a connection, maybe something that could be more, yet trying to be happy with what you have and not wanting to loose it. There may be the thought of “why not go for the all” but maybe the all to too much, being young and learning about yourself can be rough and “going for broke” could really break you. This is a young woman’s look at being safe within her own heart.

Truly one of the hardest working gigging unsigned young artists today, Trinity performs frequently at The Hotel Café in Hollywood, Gladstone’s and Rainbow Bar & Grill in L.A. Her 2019 duet single, “Miss You,” co-written by and sung with Netflix “The Umbrella Academy” star Aidan Gallagher, has reached over 1 million streams combined on Spotify, Apple Music & YouTube in less than 6 months. She performed a tour date with Gallagher last summer at Toronto’s The Hideout.


Trinity has been part of the L.A. Mayor’s Youth Council for Two Years and was recently appointed youth ambassador for Round Table Global that highlights youth who make a difference in the world. They nominated her to perform at The Compassionate Leader Summit with the Dalai Lama in 2020 for her charity, songwriting and work on a global unity song called “Love is The Only River.” She also supports local charity Rosie G Style for Cystic fibrosis. Her song won the world’s #1 songwriting contest beating out 19,000 other artists in the teen category. The single and music video has also been selected for several global film festivals this year.

I think the vibe of ‘Morning Text’ is a lot of fun and different from what I have recorded before,” Trinity  says. “Where some of my earlier tunes are darker, I like the easy bounciness and lightheartedness of this one. It’s just a fun contemporary R&B pop song. This is me developing and exploring other genres and discovering who I am as an artist. I’m excited to continue that journey on the new EP.”









Donate to IndiePulse Music Magazine’s Academic and Music Education Scholarship Program HeartBeat4Kids

IndiePulse Music Magazine creates Scholarships to help Youth In Need of assistance to complete their educational goals and stay in school.

Go to http://www.indiepulsemusic.com/heartbeat4kids to learn more, Donations can be made at http://www.paypal.me/xmg – Any Amount will help!

Support Our Publication

About Joseph Timmons (9967 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: