Her forthcoming debut album takes you through RuthAnne's story, chapter by chapter, with production by Fraser T Smith [Adele, Stormzy], Malay [Lorde, Frank Ocean] Future Cut [Little Mix, Shakira] and Sonny J Mason [Kimbra, The Wanted]. It melds the classic, authentic songwriting that she was raised on with the pop sensibilities of the artists she's worked with, to her favourite Nineties R&B artists. “The main thing connecting all of this is lyrical honesty,” she states. “I want songs you can move to but songs you can cry to, as well.”
RuthAnne is a force of nature. You’d have to be, to have got where she is today: boasting a string of writing credits for some of the biggest names in pop – from Niall Horan's "Slow Hands" to Martin Garrix's "In The Name of Love". Yet it is establishing herself as an artist in her own right that has always been the dream.