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One To Watch: RUEL

London-born, Australian-based artist Ruel has already started making undeniable waves across the globe, as he sets his sights for North America in 2018. His first official debut came as a feature for M-Phazes’ “Golden Years” which dropped last year and firmly placed Ruel as one of the most exciting and unique male vocalists to emerge from Downunder. Today, the pair have released a special remixed version of their original collaboration, along with a visual, which is out today via RCA Records. Watch “Golden Years” (M-Phazes Remix) HERE.

Following Ruel‘s hugely successful collaboration with the Grammy winning producer, the pair continued to develop an incredible chemistry in the studio. What followed was what catapulted the young singer into instant fame in his native country and got him the attention of Australia’s Triple J Radio, a tour supporting Khalid, and even found a fan in Elton John who went on record to say that Ruel had the “most amazing voice that I’ve ever heard from a male singer at 14 year of age.” “Don’t Tell Me” went on to be featured in Beats by Dre’s #AboveTheNoise film (starring Cara DelevingneNeymar Jr, Serena Williams, and others), which sent the track’s streaming numbers soaring once again. Currently the single has amassed an impressive 15 million streams, and continues to grow. Ruel and M-Phazes continue to collaborate in the studio, with new music coming soon.

Today’s release of “Golden Years” (M-Phazes Remix), signifies a closing of one chapter and the beginning of another, as Ruel has signed a record deal with RCA Records and plans to release his debut EP later this year.

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