Shea Rose, a self-described "female Lenny Kravitz meets Lauryn Hill with a splash of Betty Davis," will hit New York City hotspot Highline Ballroom Saturday (April 21), where she'll open up for Australian singer-songwriter Sam Sparro. Hailing from Boston, the chanteuse has both attitude and soul in her voice, which can be heard on one of her new songs "I'm the S---." The expletive just proves she's confident in her work.

On the track, she sings adamantly of dismissing braggart men. "I don't really care about your entourage, your bank account or what you think about/ I don't really care about your magic stick. I need a dollar boy, you're just 50 cents," Rose declares.

She's bold there and on self-penned works featured on her Rock 'n' Rose" EP or Little Warrior mixtape.

Check out the Berklee College of Music graduate's catalog and upcoming show dates at To order tickets to Saturday's Highline Ballroom show, head here.

Watch Shea Rose's "I'm the S---" Video

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