Ruth B. (Ruth Berhe) announces new album Moments In Between
Ruth B. is a 25-year-old Ethiopian-Canadian singer and songwriter. Today, the singer-songwriter releases her new album Moment in Between.
Moments In Between
There are 11 songs on the album.
- Princess Peach
- Holiday Interlude
- Sweet Chamomile
- Die Fast
- Dirty Nikes
- Moments In Between
May 20 – Second single ‘Die Fast’ from forthcoming album
The Canadian singer-songwriter unveils R&B-pop fusion “Die Fast,” the second single from her forthcoming album Moments In Between
April 16 – First single and video “Situation.” and statement from the musical artist
‘Situation’ is maybe my favourite song I’ve ever written. It sounds so much like me, and where I am now versus a few years ago.
Writing songs has always been therapeutic for me and I hope that hearing my songs helps other people in the same way. Whether they’re feeling lonely or heartbroken or happy, I want them to know that someone else understands what they’re going through.
February 12 – ‘If I Have A Son’ Ft The Harlem Gospel Travelers In Celebration of BHM
A new version of her single “If I Have A Son” featuring the Harlem Gospel Travelers is available today, in celebration of Black History Month. “If I Have A Son” reflects on the dangers Black children are subjected to because of their identity.
Other songs by the artist include hit singles “Lost Boy” and “If I Have A Son”.
Ruth performed on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
She’s garnered over 1.5 billion artist streams.
The new album serves as the follow-up to Ruth’s gold-certified 2017 debut Safe Haven
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