Songstress Rowlene releases Christmas EP Santa’s Baby

BY Nkosazana Ngwadla

South African singer & songwriter Rowlene releases a special Christmas project, Santa’s Baby. It’s the holiday season, so what better way to celebrate Christmas than being surrounded by family and singing along to festive tunes filled with love and harmony?

Like many South Africans, Rowlene finds the festive season to mean love and happiness. The 26-year-old musician made her debut in the music scene in 2015 when she released her first single, “Imposter”.

The song kickstarted her journey in the creative industry. It allowed her to discover and build relationships with artists such as Nasty C, the late Riky Rick, Tellaman, Xenia Manasseh, Nonso Amadi and Oxlade, to name a few.

Rowlene defined her sound by saying that she felt the music needed to speak for itself before she even began to explain intent while writing.

The Cape-born star seeks to captivate the audience with her Christmas special project, Santa Baby. The holiday album is set to capture a range of genuine emotions that transcend age and time. With each song conveying different experiences while still encapsulating the essence of this beloved holiday, the three unique tracks project can be considered one of Bosman’s best works thus far.

“With this project, I was determined to remind myself that there are no boundaries to what I can achieve while staying true to my values. Christmas is a very special time for many people. Through my new project, even in the face of adversity, I wanted to remind the audience of the love, joy and goodness that comes with the holiday season,” said Rowlene.

In addition, Rowlene said while this season is typically associated with joy and happiness, it often transforms into a period of emotional turmoil. 

“Unfortunately, certain individuals with larger egos disrupt the peace that should prevail. This occurrence is not uncommon and tends to happen at the most inconvenient times. As a result, loneliness becomes the only gift present under the tree. I hope this project inspires and gives people the hope to make this Christmas merry.

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