Jack Rose breaks into 2021 with new single ‘Rockstar’

Pop sensation Jack Rose (also known as JCK) brings you another powerful pop anthem in the form of ‘Rockstar’, that comes just months after the successful release ‘Better on My Own’ which secured a top 10 place in the Music Week UK Official commercial pop chart.

Likened to Justin Timberlake by the media, JCK showcases not only his vocal skills, but also his ability to string together lyrics that are so catchy they’ll be running around your head all day. In an interview with Official Charts, JCK talks of how his inspirations include huge American artists such as Post Malone and 24KGoldn, whose influences can be heard on his new release. JCK explains how he initially wrote ‘Rockstar’ as a joke, later to realise he had conjured a current hit, with themes he feels are similar to those written by his idols – girls, parties, and simply living life as a Rockstar!

The writing and sound of his music aren’t the only factors that Post Malone influences within JCK’s career, as he also holds a similar energy and passion for live music. Over the past few years, JCK has performed at over 250 live shows, some of those in support of artists such as Tinchy Stryder, Shane Lynch (Boyzone), and Natasha Hilton (Atomic Kitten). These live shows have led to JCK amassing a fan-base of around 200,000 dedicated supporters, who were just as excited for this release as he was!

You can watch his full interview with Official Charts here.

JCK is also an echo of Timberlake in more ways than one, considering his top-notch presenting and acting skills (which can be seen throughout his Amazon Prime TV series: Ghost Hunting With Jack Rose). Get a feel for his bubbly and slightly eccentric personality as he scours some of the most haunted premises across the UK with a range of celebrity guests, such as Love Island and TOWIE star Georgia Harrison.

You can listen to Jack Rose’s new single Rockstar here.

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