Up and coming teen artist Ronnie Watts released “Go Get Famous (In California)“, a cinematic version of her single “Famous In California” in which Watts affectionately calls a love letter on the edge of heartbreak:
“We feel so deeply, everything feels like a movie. I wanted the lyrics to depict those cinematic experiences,” says Watts. “Having written this song over a year ago, it’s funny to look back on what I was feeling then. I’ve lived a lot since then, but this song still means so much to me.”
The Rochester native debuted last year with her EP I Don’t Trust U At All which has amassed over 1 million streams and seen praise from American Songwriter, Pop Justice, Pop-Culturalist, and Spindle. The single, “Sad Summer” caught the attention of multi-platinum selling artist and “Hey, Soul Sister” singer Pat Monahan of Train who featured it on his radio show. During the beginning of her music career, Watts earned the title of “Best Local Song” on WNY radio, and eventually was signed by Universal UK management/label imprint W!ZARD Talent.
In all aspects the singer/songwriter has pushed herself as an artist, both in her music and the visuals that accompany them. Not only does her music resonate with fans across the world, but her level of introspection is resounding. Watts has already collaborated with producers such as Lemarroy (Sony Music Mexico) on original music and has become a regular on the live circuit in New York.