Macy Gray is Set to Release Her 10th Studio Album, Ruby Next Month.
The album will be sold on a limited edition ruby red vinyl.
The raspy, soothing vocals of Macy Gray that has been compelling us for the past two decades, are getting a new album. The prolific singer’s 10th studio album, Ruby, will be available on all streaming platforms September 21st.
“Sonically, it is beautiful. It has all sorts of [fusions]. There are a lot of live instruments. We mixed it with samples. We had a ball. But, it is very different. At the same time, it is excellent ear candy. It is actually very pop. Still, it is gritty and grimy and dirty. [The record] will be super R&B. You know, with my stuff, there is always a jazz element. That is what I grew up on. I can’t wait for everybody to hear it. I love it.” Macy on Ruby via Billboard.com”
With R&B, pop, soul, and jazz, there is no genre left unscathed when it comes to Macy Gray. She has always been an experiential artist and Ruby is a compilation of that.
Captivating and healing the listener as they tune in, Ruby is described as a therapeutic album. On Ruby, Macy Gray collaborates with esteemed producers Johan Carlsson, Tommy Brown, and Tommy Parker Lumpkins. these producers have worked with the likes of Janet Jackson, Kelly, Rowland, Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, and more!
Check out the visuals for her lead single off of Ruby, “Sugar Daddy”.
Macy Gray’s unmatched rise to international fame includes record sales of over 25 million worldwide, plus various GRAMMY, Billboard, MTV and BRIT Awards nominations and awards. Her music has always set her apart from the rest and she is continually transcending genres, generations, and cultures thanks to her signature legendary voice and willingness to experiment in soul music, R&B, pop, alternative rock, jazz, retro-disco, and hip-hop. This artistry has allowed her to set her own path without concession since the release of her multi-award-winning platinum debut, On How Life Is, in 1999.
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