Busy times for Ruach Ru

The Star (Jamaica) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Reg­gae singer Ruach Ru re­cently staged the event Pon Di Endz at Mello Sports Bar. She hosted the event both to pro­mote her new mu­sic and to pro­vide a plat­form for artistes to show­case their songs.

The singer per­formed a ter­rific set and the evening saw other per­form­ers grac­ing the stage as well, in­clud­ing Mr Lexx, Sab­rina Diva, and The Out­lawz.

“I’m ec­static about the sup­port this event got, the crowd was buzzing and the at­mos­phere amaz­ing; it was ev­ery­thing I imag­ined it could be,” she said. The next stag­ing will be on De­cem­ber 19. She has also been blaz­ing the lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional scene with two of her hottest tracks, Mr Player Man and Wa­ter­ing I.

Both tracks were self-pro­duced on the singer’s own la­bel, Tyde Jam Records. Mr Player Man is a sul­try reg­gae track that speaks to main­tain­ing a re­la­tion­ship with a player. The more soul­ful Wa­ter­ing I is an in­spi­ra­tional track about life’s jour­neys.

She has two more tracks grac­ing the air­waves, Sun­shine and Hold Strong, which were both re­leased in Septem­ber.

Con­tin­u­ing the pro­mo­tional ef­forts, the singer has the up­com­ing Jam­rock Reg­gae World Fest at the Wind­sor Lounge in St Ann’s Bay on De­cem­ber 8.

Singing is not the only art the tal­ented Ruach Ru dab­bles in. She is also a fash­ion de­signer and the owner of House of Ruach De­signs.

Cater­ing to both males and fe­males, she will soon be launch­ing her line of T-shirts and caps called ‘Chat Bout’.

“The line will sup­port my mu­si­cal en­deav­ours and will be avail­able for sale on­line,” she ex­plained.

CON­TRIB­UTED

Dovey Mag­num

CON­TRIB­UTED

Ruach Ru

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