When you ask Sam Rui to describe her music, she’s a jumble of giggly self-deprecation that belies just how much of herself she puts into her lyrics.
Just 20, the fast-rising singer songwriter is making her mark on the Singapore music scene. She’s just recorded an EP, and in January, will be making her debut on the big stage at the famed St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival.
And it probably won’t be long until you start hearing Rui’s music outside of the festival scene, because when she starts singing — oh boy.
Displaying a surprising depth of soul, she sings about life, boys, and her art, with an easy jive. Read more…