Broken yet holding on

Broken yet holding on


Meet Rosa, a 17 year old Spotify playlist curator from Aarhus, Denmark…
“I’m studying for my last year in high school. I work in my spare time, and I’m obsessed with music. I want to study criminology once I finish school. Besides that I spend my time reading. I read about 3-4 books a week! Call me a nerd lol.”


When & why did you make your playlist?

I think I made it back in 2013... It honestly only had 5 songs and I forgot about it pretty quickly. A few years later, I come back to it and honestly, I was a little sad- so I started adding songs none stop. To me it became my escape, I listened to it 24/7. I’ve always loved music and song writing. So sad songs with the right lyrics, just hits right in my heart.


Describe your playlist. Perfect situation(s) for jamming include:

My playlist is very chill- more to the sad side of it. It’s perfect for a moment where you’re just feeling down and need someone to describe how you feel, because I’m almost you’ll relate to at least one song there.


What was the best concert you've ever attended and why? (Include as many details as you'd like: city / venue / when / with whom...)

I’m going to admit, I’ve never been to a concert before. But I’m planning on going as soon as possible!


What kind of music / artists did you grow up listening to?

I grew up listening to Disney music mostly. It wasn’t until I was around 13 years old that I started listening to different music, and that was mainly in the sad genre.


Who are your all-time favorite artists and why?

Ceraadi. It’s honestly the opposite of what my playlist is but that’s why I love them. They variate my music and balance out the sadness inside of me.