If you’ve been to an underground house or techno party in NYC, chances are you’ve seen Cry Baby. The Brooklyn-based, Miami native has achieved some great accomplishments in the past few years. From opening for acts like John Digweed and The Black Madonna to headlining Webster Hall, she’s become one of the most respected and talented DJs in the city.

Recently, she joined the members of the Smirnoff Sound Collective along side key industry mentors for a creative retreat in the Catskills. During this trip, Cry Baby’s “Roses are Dead” track was born. The layering of heavy bass-lines and the soothing yet mysterious synth sounds creates a magical journey in this one track.

With this new single release, Cry Baby is launching a new label dedicated to emerging female talent and creating a community for female artists to support each other. “Roses are Dead” will be available for purchase from FM Elle on June 12 and we’re excited to hear what’s to come!

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