PAp Records announced the recent signing of its latest artist, Season 12 American Idol contestant Keri Lynn Roche. Under PAp's management, the 23-year old singer-songwriter recorded her debut single, "Generation Kill", which will be released on major online outlets such as iTunes and Amazon on March 25.
The American Idol contestant earned a trip to Hollywood after her breakthrough performance during a show taped in Chicago involving a cover of Patsy Cline's 'Walking After Midnight'. "Randy Jackson told me 'I see you selling platinum records,'" Roche noted. "That was really cool to hear because I've worked really hard at this." Attracted by Roche's talent, the Rhode Island-based record company added the Birmingham native to their already impressive selection of artists covering all music genres, including Hip-hop, Pop, Alternative, and Jazz.
The soon-to-be released "Generation Kill" showcases Roche's amazing talent and testifies to Idol judge Randy Jackson's praise of her skills. In "Generation Kill", Roche sings in a tongue-in-cheek fashion and satirizes the ridiculousness of contemporary culture. "Makes me ill/Generation Kill/ I don't wanna/but I think I will." With a medium tempo and a light, catchy piano riff, the pop single carries clear influences from folk and country. Possessing great range and power, however, Roche's incredible vocals are the clear star of the show.
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