Caroline Romano teams up with R3HAB for an exhilarating collaboration.
Rising pop star Caroline Romano has released her latest single, “I Still Remember”, remixed by heavyweight DJ R3HAB. Built around an explosive chorus and Caroline’s fiery vocals, the collaboration marks as a first for the pair. The single enjoyed an exclusive worldwide premiere with Radio Disney, and is now available on all service providers.
‘I Still Remember’ is probably one of my favorite songs I’ve written to date. The fact that I get to release this single with R3HAB is absolutely mind-blowing, and I couldn’t be more proud of how this collaboration turned out, says Romano. I’m so excited to put ‘I Still Remember’ out into the world, and I can’t wait to see people’s reactions to a song I’ve put all of my heart into making.
“I Still Remember” showcases Caroline’s knack for clever and intuitive lyricism. Backed up with R3HAB’s signature sound, “I Still Remember” recounts the downward spiral of a relationship and the bittersweet memories that remain in the aftermath of the breakdown.
Caroline has been making her stake in pop music over the last few years and has shared the stage with Grammy-nominated artists such as Shawn Mendes, Daya, Kelsea Ballerini and many more. Her debut single, “Masterpiece”, which featured former X Factor contestant Jacob Whitesides, was met with overwhelming support from outlets such as Popmania who complimented “Caroline's soulful songwriting and powerful vocals.”
Stream “I Still Remember” now, and keep up with Caroline Romano on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and her official website.
At just 18, pop singer/songwriter Caroline Romano is already on her way to stardom. Named music’s next big thing by AOL, her magnetic single “Ready” earned a Top 3 spot on Radio Disney’s Top 30 Chart. After the release of original "Masterpiece", featuring pop sensation Jacob Whitesides, the Mississippi native was credited by Popmania with releasing "the best music video of 2017." Caroline has performed on nationally televised network shows and shared the stage with an impressive resume of artists, including Daya, Shawn Mendes, Why Don’t We, Kelsea Ballerini and Whitesides. Romano’s cover of “Thumbs”, originally performed by Sabrina Carpenter, was featured in Glamour, and she was tapped as “on her way to stardom” by Medium. An anti-bullying advocate, Romano has partnered with the PACER organization to address the effects of bullying in the digital age. A unique and passionate force in the music world, Romano is a breath of fresh air who is forging a path of her own in the industry.