RAHH is a fast-rising singer-songwriter from Manchester, England. Not too long ago, she released a heartfelt contemporary R&B single, entitled, “Okay.” The song is featured in Sally Rooney’s new series, Conversations with Friends, out now in the United Kingdom.
RAHH – “Okay” single
“‘OKAY’ is the song on the EP that means the most to me. I wrote it at a time when Brexit was all we had heard for so long that it was becoming white noise, like COVID. Fading into the background like some kind of melancholic soundtrack to our bad life decisions and contradictory behaviors.” – RAHH explained
‘Okay’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Ashley Ave., Sara Diamond, and Evolsi. The emotional tune possesses laidback instrumentation flavored with a warm contemporary R&B vibration. Furthermore, “Okay” is featured on RAHH’s eagerly-awaited debut EP, entitled, “I Told You We’d Be Famous.” The six-track project showcases why RAHH is a fresh and exciting name emerging on the UK’s progressive R&B scene.
“I Told You We’d Be Famous” EP
“‘I Told You We’d Be Famous’ came from a lot of unrest and realization as a twentysomething rocking up in an adult world that looked a lot different from the one I’d been sold. In a culture of ever-growing social networks, mindless distractions, and love that doesn’t text back, finding ways to numb the feeling of anxiety and heartache sometimes is the thing that brings us together. The EP is the soundtrack to those reckless nights and the longing for connection.” – RAHH explained
Coinciding with the release of “I Told You We’d Be Famous,” RAHH announced a new sustainable clothing line, Overkill Apparel, which launched on the 20th of June. Overkill’s mission is to find newer and more reliable sources without compromising on quality.
“I studied fashion in college. And since leaving, I’ve been anticipating a time when I could merge my love for fashion with my music. When thinking about creating merchandise, sustainability, and awareness was a really important area for me. After learning about the waste and destruction caused by fast fashion, I’ve changed the way I buy. Also, I think of how I dress differently. So, it only made sense to me to create a fashion brand for my merchandise that would follow suit.”
“All items are 100% organic cotton or recycled fabric and have been manufactured with an ethos rooted in providing the highest quality while maintaining ethical practices and sustainability. The designs sport poignant, thought-provoking lyrics, and song titles from my EP, which have been embroidered onto high-end, oversized T-shirts, sweaters, and hoodies. Each piece is incredibly comfortable, soft, and cozy. And I’ve done nothing but wear them since they arrived. RAHH Merch will be available to purchase via my website from June onwards.” – RAHH talked about her new fashion line
“We gon’ be okay.”
RAHH grew up in a mixed heritage musical family, making music that fuses together her R&B, soulful roots with electronic elements and atmospheric pop. The nuance and lyrical depth of her compositions teamed with her undeniable vocal quality and moreish tone make her a standout artist.
RAHH has gained immeasurable live performance experience from touring with and singing alongside artists such as Liam Gallagher, Emeli Sande, Dave Stewart, Beverley Knight, Nile Rodgers, JP Cooper, and James Morrison. Her captivating stage presence hasn’t gone unnoticed either, by chart-topping producers, Joel Corry and MNEK, who chose her to sing lead as part of their Head and Heart PR campaign. Also, Sigala hand-picked RAHH to front his energetic live show.
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