No Pets (Chappell Roan)
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February 19, 1998 (26)
Chappell Roan, born Kayleigh Rose Amstutz, is an American singer and songwriter known for her distinctive blend of synth-pop and dark pop music. Her career took off after uploading the song “Die Young” to YouTube at age 17, which led to her signing with Atlantic Records. Roan’s music is heavily influenced by 80s synth-pop, early 2000s pop hits, and drag queens, often described as “campy.” Her debut album, “The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess,” released in 2023, received critical acclaim for its pop sound and bold songwriting.
Roan’s journey in the music industry is marked by her transition from being signed to a major label to becoming an independent artist. After being dropped by Atlantic Records, she moved back to Missouri to work on her music while supporting herself with various jobs. Her perseverance paid off when she signed a publishing deal with Sony and resumed collaboration with producer Dan Nigro. Her singles “Pink Pony Club” and “Naked in Manhattan” showcase her evolution as an artist, blending pop sensibilities with deeply personal lyrics.
Throughout her career, Roan has collaborated with several key figures in the music industry. Her long-time collaboration with producer Dan Nigro has been pivotal in shaping her musical style. She has also opened for artists like Olivia Rodrigo and Fletcher.