Please Don’t Hold Your “applause” for whiterosemoxie [Premiere]

We recently wrote about whiterosemoxie when he released his diverse debut album, white ceilings. The name, white ceilings, represents the basement ceilings in Detroit where he made music with his friends. The 15-track project showcases his versatility as a singer, rapper, and producer as well as his knack for crafting catchy melodies. The eighteen year-old is only getting started though.

Today, we have the premiere of his video for "applause." "Applause" is track four from white ceilings. One of his more trap-leaning songs, "applause" shows whiterosemoxie reflecting on his new success and some of the issues that come with it. Directed by Zach Hagy, the video shows whiterosemoxie alone in various locations. He's seemingly in a prison of own thoughts.

We're excited to see what's next for whiterosemoxie. For now, watch the premiere of "applause" below.

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