Rozes spotlights mental health awareness in “Call Me” video

The track came together during a writing camp by non-profit She is the Music.

American singer Rozes—aka Elizabeth Mencel—has released a video for her latest single, “Call Me.”

The track is an inspiring piano ballad that layers Mencel’s powerful vocals over uplifting melodies and hand claps. “Just know that you can call me, and I’ll always be there / Just know that you can call me, don’t leave it to your prayers,” she sings on the chorus.

The visual for “Call Me” portrays a woman attempting to overcome her anxiety. She opens up to a friend, and eventually reaches out to others who might also be struggling with their mental health. The heartfelt clip is intercut with scenes of Mencel performing the emotional track.


The mental health advocate penned the single at a writing camp organized by She is the Music (SITM), a non-profit that aims to empower female creators in the music industry. The initiative was founded by Alicia Keys, her sound engineer Ann Mincieli and music business executives Jody Gerson and Samantha Kirby Yoh. As with all the songs conceived through SITM, “Call Me” was produced by an all-women team, which also included songwriters Alex Hope and Sophie Frances.

Watch the meaningful video below:

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