Originally from the coastal Cree community of Fort Albany First Nation, off the coast of James Bay, Rosary Spence is a well-recognized Indigenous singer, steeped in time- honoured Aboriginal rhythms and styles. Spence has also studied vocals at The Banff Centre For The Arts, and has been a featured artist on a variety of albums and collaborations with artists throughout her musical career, including a 12-track compilation titled “Women’s Voices For Attawapiskat” dedicated to the people of Attawapiskat First Nation. Rosary Spence currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.
This is Spence’s first release since her debut album (released May 2015) titled “Maskawasiwin”, a Cree word for Strength.
“I Fell In Love” is a light-hearted, playful pop song that will brighten up these difficult and uncertain times. The track reminds us of all those little moments that happen when you just know that you have fallen in love. From a look in the eye, to a shared dance, to laughing together, it’s these moments that are so magical and memorable. It’s Rosary’s wish that anyone listening to the song can take themselves to moments in time where they too have fallen in love.
Available on all digital platforms as of May 8, 2020.