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Latvian artist Elvijs Rosé debuts with emotive single "Nevajag"

Elvijs Rosé, a singer/songwriter from Riga, debuts under his new stage name with the release of the song "Nevajag" (eng. “Don’t”) accompanied by a music video directed by video multi-artist Ivo Buģis.

"Ironically, I wrote this relatively sad song on some sunny spring day last year. Somehow I fell in love with this song and I am delighted that it is finally out. Feels like it's a new checkpoint in my music career, that's why I released it with a different stage name. The song is about time and moments that pass us by and when suddenly we open our eyes, it is too late," says the 29-year-old singer.

Elvijs Rosé is excited to release his new project with a brand new stage name and sound. "Vocally interesting, catchy, and mixture of multiple genres," is what we can expect from the singer in his upcoming projects.

Elvijs Rosé, previously known as Elvijs is a singer/songwriter from Riga who has been making music for over 10 years. He has reached more than 1 million views on YouTube and collaborated with popular Latvian artists such as Ivo Fomins, Adriana Miglāne, Grafomāns, and others.

For more information and updates on Elvijs Rosé's music, follow him on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, or Spotify