Caroline is an 18-year-old up and coming pop artist who has opened for Shawn Mendes, Daya, and Why Don’t We. R3HAB has previously worked with The Chainsmokers & Halsey, Zayn Malik, Icona Pop and Steve Aoki.
We have previously reviewed her single, “I Still Remember.” It has over 1.7 Million Streams on Spotify, and over 1 million views on YouTube after being featured on Nashville Music Reviews back in May. In honor of this unbelievable achievement, we recently decided to feature Caroline Romano as our Artist of the Month.
Caroline is back with a powerful new Pop Anthem, “Power Suit.” Right off the bat, it is evident that this is going to be an instant hit. This is an uplifting song about empowerment and hard work. “Power Suit,” is such a catchy song with an even more contagious hook. Vocally, Caroline sounds outstanding here. The melody of “Power Suit,” is brilliantly done. Here is what Caroline had to say about her new single, with Girls Life.
“I’d actually come up with the concept of ‘Power Suit’ for a K-pop song I was writing, but I liked the idea so much I decided to run with it,” Caroline tells us. “The song itself is very inspired by K-pop—especially artists like Blackpink and BTS—and how their music is often so uplifting and powerful. I hope ‘Power Suit” can encapsulate the strength that comes with embracing what makes each one of us so unique and special.”
With this release, it is evident that Caroline Romano is here to stay. “Power Suit,” is a song that needs to be heard. It is a fun, captivating and uplifting Pop song. If you need a fun song to jam out to, check out “Power Suit,” on all major streaming platforms.
Jerrett Franklin is a singer/songwriter from Loretto, TN. After growing up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.