Brother duo Rome Alexander and Rederic, musically known as The Keymakers, reveal their debut single ‘Good For You.’
On their introductory offering, the Boston crooners, by way of Pittsburgh, PA, presents a sublime and emotion-filled offering that’s easy to the ear over a bumpin’ mid-tempo track.
“Tell me, have you see her? / 5’6, red lips, and a little bit of oh my God,” they sing, “So, why would I deceive her? / she made me have the fever.”
About the song, Rome said that “We all mess up sometimes, and neglect the people we care about. No one’s perfect. But this song is about owning those mistakes, the constant effort to be better, and the person that makes that process worth it.”
The Keymakers have already worked with Canadian artist Kristina Maria and legendary manager Vito Luprano. While they continue to write and produce for other artists, the two are eager to launch their career as a duo.
“We’ve got so much music in our heads that we want to get out to the masses,” said Rederic. “We’ve honed a unique sound, and we’ll be experimenting with a bunch of different styles and genres that I think will surprise a lot of people.”
Listen to ‘Good For You’ on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/073VMwP4tpelZAizyTRjDD
Buy ‘Good For You’ on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/good-for-you-single/id1275170973