Julian Rose is a musician that can sing, write songs, rap, produce music, and play many instruments. He is located in Los Angeles.
Julian was born and raised in Los Angeles by two parents who were active in the music business, so from an early age, he was exposed to the culture of the entertainment industry. Before he was even able to communicate, he was seen toddling about stages with notable musicians such as Jay-Z and Lil Wayne.
After school, he would hang around on film sets and offer his assistance in production offices as he became older. Julian was able to meet and talk to many artists throughout his youth who inspired him to continue with his music and creative endeavours because he had genuine curiosity and a love for connecting with other people. Throughout his youth, Julian was able to do this because he loved connecting with other people.
His musical inspirations come from a wide variety of sources. He draws from a variety of genres, including vintage rock, funk, hip hop, and pop. Julian’s music is difficult to categorise since he is always trying out new techniques and tones, therefore it transcends traditional musical categories.
Julian is at his best when he is rebelling against the status quo. He relentlessly defies the assumption that an artist should stay inside a single genre, and he carves out his own creative path with each new song he releases. This expectation states that an artist must remain within a single genre.
Julian made his debut with a three-track extended play (EP) titled “How Deep” earlier this month. The EP was produced by the legendary producer Bret Epic Mazur. Many people recognise Epic from his time while performing with the band Crazy Town; however, many people are unaware that Bret is not only a performer in his own right but also a producer who has been instrumental in the careers of some of the most well-known names in music (Black Eyed Peas, New Edition, BBD).
Now, with the release of the music video for “How Deep,” Julian’s affable nature has been given the opportunity to take centre stage in the music video in which he stars as himself. Nathan Girard directed the video, while Shai Harary was responsible for its editing. The plot of the movie chronicles the ups and downs of a tumultuous relationship.