Champagne, arguably the classiest beverage, has hit nightclubs via the vocal stylings of rappers.
On one hand, you have Nuvo. It rhymes with enough words, is pink, and if enough bottles are placed in one shot, makes people cool. Its presence expands beyond a mention in a rap song—in some cases it’s the theme of music videos—or the entire thing. Nuvo is to rappers what the golden calf was to Israelites at Mount Sinai.
On the other hand, Rosay also has a place in the lyrical mashup. Nicki Minaj called Rosay to my attention in her rap during “Bottoms Up.” In the marketing sphere, while Rosay and Nuvo are mentioned and celebrated in rap songs, Nuvo bottles are excessively present in music videos in which they are or are not mentioned, whereas bottles of Rosay are scarce on the music video scene. Take a look for yourself:
Here are the list of persuaders and enthusiasts for Rosay/Rozay:
Amen by: Meek Mills feat. Drake
Lemme See by: Usher feat. Rick Ross
Pop Rose by: Drake and Trey
Champagne Life by: Ne-Yo
Celebration feat. Drake
Ignorant Shit by: Drake.
Bottoms Up feat. Nicki Minaj
Piss Em Off by: Ace Hood
Lights Out by: Fabulous
Girlfriend by: Nicki Mianj (I think this is her drink.)
Red Bottles by: Rick Ross & Lil Wayne (This is song too repetitive and thus too annoying for words.)
Make Em Say by: Meek Milk (likes his Rosay red)
Bottle of Rozay (perhaps the Rosay anthem?) by: Rick Ross
Have you poured yourself Rosay?