Here are the artists inspiring Rylty
Rylty (Royalty) will make her grand entrance into the music world on February 16.
The Ghanaian singer-songwriter will release her first single, “Non Stop,” a heartbreak song produced by Zodivc.
Through the single, music lovers will get the chance to hear Rylty’s sultry vocal range. Additionally, the single gives the singer the opportunity to showcase her unique ability to craft stories that captivate listeners.
Ahead of her debut, the 23-year-old has revealed the musicians who helped shape her sound, which she describes as a fusion of reggae, dancehall, pop, R&B, and Afrobeats.
Reggae artists like Bob Marley and Culture; and pop singers like Michael Jackson are among them.
Rylty further mentions being inspired by her favorite artists, including Mugeez, Darko Vibes, Tems, SZA, Stonebwoy, Black Sherif, Moliy, and many more.
Because of the artists who make up her musical DNA, the aspiring star admitted she developed the need for constant improvement. “All those people just make me want to do better vocally, performance-wise, and lyrically,” she said.
Rylty cites these artists for pushing her to bring the best out of herself and to strive for greatness in her artistry. She added that she has so much respect for all the artists she looks up to, not only because they create amazing music but also because of their hard work and dedication towards their craft.
Juliusina Osberta Addo is a Ghanaian-Togolese singer and songwriter born to her parents, Samuel and Juliana, on October 21, 1999. Rylty grew up surrounded by music, with her father being an avid reggae fan and her mother being a pop and R&B listener.
With her desire to use her voice to make an impact, she began making music in 2017. However, Rylty had not released any of her recorded tracks until she discovered her sound, which she describes as a blend of reggae, dancehall, and afrobeats.
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