Blessed Is Ruby has today officially dropped his collaboration with South African artist Mduduzi Nqubezelo (known as MDU) with their new single titled ‘You’ve Come So Far’, released today (November 18, 2019).

The track features a clash of worlds within the music that seamlessly blend and merge with a cinematic fervor that transcends translation and just allows you to enjoy the moment in which this music encapsulates.

About Blessed Is Ruby

Blessed Is Ruby writer, producer Oli Rose has teamed up with South African artist, and one of the stars of the theatre production of The Lion King, Mduduzi Nqubezelo (known as MDU), to create a powerful and emotionally uplifting blend of their two musical worlds. The song ‘You’ve Come So Far’ represents the importance of positive thinking, encouragement, and gratitude – all of which are key to reaching true alignment and spiritual wellbeing in one’s self.



Oli Rose, the creator of Blessed Is Ruby, has spent the last decade being surrounded by both new and veterinary musical talent. After graduating from Westminster University, he was discovered, picked up and mentored by the legendary producer Cameron Mcvey (Massive Attack, Portishead, Neneh Cherry), then subsequently being taken under the wing of prolific A&R man Felix Howard (Amy Winehouse, Sia), Oli has worked with an extensive range of artists in many different capacities, from artist development, writing and production, live show bookings, and social media consultancy.

Blessed Is Ruby, as an identity, is now accumulating a variety of Oli’s experience into a unique platform for combining discovery, storytelling, and original releases.

When not the catalyst for Blessed Is Ruby, Oli works for leading digital agency Be-Hookd whose clients include Take That, The Script and Nina Nesbitt. Be-Hookd introduced Oli Rose to Here & Now Recordings.

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