Rudie Edwards is an emerging British artist.
Raised in Dover, Kent, she then moved to London and attended the BRIT School, the same of Adele, Amy Winehouse and Imogen Heap.
By 2012, Rudie started splitting her time between Los Angeles and London, writing for CeeLo Green, Erik Hassle, Beatrice Eli, and more.
Influenced by pop divas such as Donna Summer and Mariah Carey, the singer-songwriter released her debut single “I’m not her”.
New single is the disco-inspired track “Lover like you”, co-written & produced by Ill Blu.
“The mission is to wake people up” said Rudie. “I want to make some bloody noise that doesn’t sound like all of the other bloody noise out there and ‘Lover like you‘ is about knowing what you want from a lover and not being afraid to express it or ask for it.”