By Ranell Dickson Nsereko
Talented and vocalist Ruth Grace has been off the musical scene for quite some time after she won the 2013 competition of the coca cola rated next.
Grace was crowned the overall winner and bagged sh50m when she was just in her primary seven vacation.
After over seven years of being mute, the talented goddess has joined mainstream music first with an EP titled Nsula Eyo. According to her management, releasing an EP is to put a lot of music out there in circulation since she’s been of the musical scene.
Before the EP, she dropped a few singles like Ebirooto, Wano, Little Light, Sweet Mama and Nesimye that re-introduced her to the Ugandan music industry and business.
Most of the songs on Nsula Eyo EP were written by renown prolific music writer and musician Yesse Oman Rafiki and produced by a couple of good producers like Nessim Pan Production, Eliakis Music, and Dking.
The songs portray a message of love and hope. If you listen to a song like Nkwagala, Nsula Eyo and Oli Omu, you will get an emotional attachment to the EP without thinking twice.
“The first track off my EP titled Nsula Eyo is based on my real life story,” said Ruth Grace.
“It’s an awesome EP with good music that should be topping everyone’s playlist without a doubt,” Ruth added.
When asked about why she took long to fully join the music industry, Ruth said she has been handling a couple of personal projects as well as school. Ruth says from day one, she has been inspired by the late Moses Radio because of his lyrically rich music and vocal ability.
In her debut EP, Ruth Grace displays incredible vocal ability with a wide range of sounds from Afro Beat to Gospel. It also features other music writers like Davis and Luga Flo rapper Don MC from 2Bad Entertainment. The EP is available on all streaming platforms and digital stores and within a few weeks after release, it has been receiving massive streams as well as reviews on different digital channels.
Ruth is currently managed by Dinda Records management.