Jessica Rotter, working her way from the background to the spotlight
There are those who sing – and those who mashup. Jessica Rotter is an artist that does both very well. She seems to have appeared from nowhere… but is clearly going somewhere. The LA-based singer/songwriter has found herself gaining a strong fan base on Soundcloud and YouTube and has recently added the accolade of #1 record on Hypemachine.
She has teamed up with fellow singer/songwriter Emily Colombier, gaining over 100,000 plays on her SoundCloud page alone from her mashup cover of Rihanna/Mikky Ekko’s “Stay” and Miike Snow’s “Animal. Her formidable vocals and piano-driven records stand out on tracks like “Cold Water” (Damien Rice Cover) and she is drawing comparisons to proven legends such as Adele and Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum.
Congratulations to Daft Punk! I'm so grateful to have sung on the Album of the Year!
— Jessica Rotter (@JessicaRotter) January 27, 2014
Not only has she worked with the 2014 Grammy winners for “Album of the Year” but she has also worked with Adam Lambert and Phil Collins among others. Her background singing career has allowed her to sing for Alicia Keys, Carole King, and Quincy Jones at a Carole King benefit concert, and her voice also appears on movies such as Disney’s Frozen and Despicable Me 2. Her proven track record in this industry shows a strong a career and she has no plans of slowing down it seems.