Hackney born-and-raised to parents of Jamaican and English heritage, Eliza Rose constantly takes inspiration from her home borough. Deeply influenced by the music of her childhood – Amy Winehouse, 90s and 00s r’n’b and UKG – and the lineage of strong Black female vocalists that includes Billie Holiday, Esther Phillips and Nina Simone, Eliza's now in her own lane as an artist and scene leader.
Riding the wave of B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All), Eliza is intent on remaining a visible Black woman in the music industry, who can open doors for others and keep telling the history of Black dance music, something that was vitally missing when she was younger. The breakout B.O.T.A has clocked over 20m streams on Spotify and was dubbed the song of the summer by Jaguar, Arielle Free, NME, Dazed, Sarah Story, Clara Amfo and Danny Howard for good reason; it's carefree dance music at its finest, a bonafide earworm backed up with deep, dubby, underground production. Known for uplifting sets, she’s also become a rising star of the festival circuit, with Field Day, Lost Village, Love International, Outlook and Standon Calling all booked throughout summer ‘22.