Ruth B’s Reposeful Review

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Ruth B’s Reposeful Review

Students listen to Ruth B’s music and give their opinion.

Students listen to Ruth B’s music and give their opinion.

Jess Zsiga

Students listen to Ruth B’s music and give their opinion.

Jess Zsiga

Jess Zsiga

Students listen to Ruth B’s music and give their opinion.

Brittney Bombard, Writer

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REVIEW

Canadian singer/songwriter “Ruth B” posted snippets of her debut song “Lost Boy” on vine and within a short six months, her followers on YouTube climbed to a whopping two and a half million, she burned a self-guided trail on iTunes, and signed a huge label record contract.
According to Moxie, at a young age Ruth was able to recognize the impact that story telling has.  This talent has stayed with her as she now has a strength for ballads with a beautifully played piano background. However, her music is anything but mellow. Ruth B demonstrates a beautifully worded narrative within her song “Lost Boy”, but also in her creative process, she wrote vibrant and energetic songs such as “Golden”, “Dandelions”, and “Young”. “Young” is an uplifting song that is meant to encourage the generation of young people, which according to Moxie Music, made her success happen. Surprisingly, Ruth B only took up songwriting less than a year ago. “Her voice is calming,” said freshman Bree Baldwin.
Ruth’s debut EP, “The Intro”, was released on November 27th, 2015, has four songs on it and has a five star rating on iTunes. All four songs on the EP were written by Ruth B and are on sale on iTunes and Google Play. “Her music is peaceful, I would listen to it on a regular basis,” said one junior after listening to one of Ruth B’s songs.

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