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Coming into her womanhood, K. Rose is one of music’s rising stars that will get a big dose of estrogen when she sets foot on the stage of the opening party of the world’s largest lesbian event The Dinah on April 4.

How does that faze the young talent? Not one bit. Excited for the love she knows she will receive from the thousands of women in attendance, K. Rose identifies with the LGBT community much as most rebellious youngsters seem to do these days.

Working with hip hop producers Cool and Dre (Epidemic Music), Rose’s first single "Sleep When I’m Dead" was deemed a defiant teen liberation dance anthem by USA Today which relays K. Rose’s RoseBot Rebel Movement (RBRM) philosophy to her young listeners.

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