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If you haven’t figured it out already I love music. Always have, always will and I’ll probably be on my death bed still blogging about it.
I love it when I find new music, and I love it even more when I find an artist that is new to me.
26-year-old Ravy hit my radar at the perfect time, and by perfect time I mean when she just so happened to be in Atlanta for the week. I know, I’m lucky!
We met briefly after her energetic and eye-catching performance at the open mic night held by TrapXArt at Aurum Lounge. Later in the week I was able to interview the Netherlands born artist before she headed back to London.
Ravy began her career as a musician at the age of 12, rapping with the boys and plotting on superstardom. Her artistry strongly reflects her personal background, having grew up in a multicultural environment. “My mind isn’t wired to stick to one or two genres,” she says speaking on her style of music. “I always say it’s a blend of genres, mostly hip-hop, EDM, R&B, Trap and Pop.”
You can hear it in her sound that there are no bounds to where she will go with her art, and that is the true beauty of it. What sets Ravy apart, is that she is a true entertainer and performer. She sings, raps, dances, writes and pretty much carries her own load when it comes to creating. It’s no wonder she aspires to work with Chris Brown one day.
However, carrying the ability to literally be a one-woman band has it’s challenges. “It’s tough because I want to focus on my artistry and shows, but I’m happy that I can do all of that.”
Ravy definitely has a good team around her, though. Being able to work behind the scenes and on the stage has it’s perks. “It helps to create better communication in the studio and with the other people I work with creatively, which leads to creating a better team. Knowledge is power, people,” she says.
Ravy’s latest release is ‘Fall in Love’ which is available on all major platforms! It’s a total pop bop, super catchy. There will be more music to come throughout the remainder of the year. She’ll be collaborating with artists and producers from Europe and the states. “I like to write hooks that stick in your mind. People should look out for that!”