about // MAURISSA ROSE
Combine a heavy dose of soul, a dash of sexiness and a sprinkle of sultry, and you’ll get the undeniably powerful voice that R&B songstress Maurissa Rose commands.
Maurissa has shared the stage with a countless list of artists, including the Anita Baker, Chaka Kahn, Will Downing, and David Sanborn. You’ve heard her in countless television and radio commercials for multinational brands ranging from Ford Motor Company and General Mills to Little Caesars Pizza and JC Penny.
The voice you will hear on the 2018 Superbowl “The Voice Commercial” singing a top of Kelly Clarkston and the Choir is none other than Maurissa Rose. Her theatrical credits include “Smokey Joe’s Café”, “I Need a Man”, “Amistad” directed by Tony Award winner George Faison, and T.J. Hemphil’s “ Mama’s Got a Plan”. Maurissa made her debut movie appearance in an Independent film “Project 313” in the role of Wanda, which premiered at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles.
“I don’t sing write or perform for myself anymore,” explains the singer who once fancied herself the next Whitney Houston. “I write to deliver people like myself who are going through something and feel like they can’t really recover.” Somebody once called me deliverer because they know God is with me. It’s the only way I can still sing, and have passion for it.