Ruth B. & Dean Lewis - 28

Ruth B. & Dean Lewis – 28

Ethiopian-Canadian singer and songwriter Ruth B. in collaboration with music star Dean Lewis releases “28” on Kyyba Music. The song and lyric video are available on all platforms and distributed by Sparta+ Distribution.

Ruth B. shares, “This song means so much to me. I wrote it during a time when I didn’t think I could write… but as always, songwriting proved to be my safety net. Amidst what felt like an inescapable grey cloud, I fell into this comforting blanket of a song that I can now look back on and say was the genesis of my favorite journey thus far. Finding me.” She continues, “Thank you to my friends Collin, Alex, and Adeliz for making that day so magical. Dean- you’re the best and I love our song, thank you. The hope that you may find some healing/ comfort in my music is why I write. I hope you find that in this song and know that the journey to self-discovery, love, peace, joy, though it may be painful-will be so worth it.”

Tel Ganesan, Founder of KYYBA Music says “Ruth B.’s singular voice and incredible songwriting sets her in a class by herself. KYYBA Music, in partnership with my longtime friend/music industry vet Alan Grunblatt and 300 Entertainment’s Sparta Distribution, is the right team to lead this remarkable talent in the next chapter of her career.”


Since her 2015 debut with the worldwide chart topper “Lost Boy,” Ruth B. emerged as an immediately captivating artist who drifts between moody realism and a dreamworld of her own making. She’s gone on to release three important projects, earned three Juno nominations, including Album of the Year and Artist of the Year, and surpassed over Four Billion Total Streams. In 2022 Ruth B. would soar beyond with the help of an internet resurgence of a previously released Ruth B. song, “Dandelions.” Then along came Tyler Perry’s feature film A Jazzman’s Blues with Ruth B.’s beautiful composition “Paper Airplanes,” used as the end title song. To follow it all up came “Jupiter Rising” from R&B young superstar Rod Wave utilizing Ruth’s new song, “Paper Airplanes” as the musical bed for his R&B hit single. And this year brought more hits with “Always You” the theme song from the major motion picture Maybe I Do, to the young singer Lyn Lapid’s hot new Republic Records track “Do You Really” composed by and featuring Ruth B. on vocals. Rolling Stone proclaimed of Ruth B. “She’s THE one to watch,” and with millions upon millions of followers, views and likes across all social platforms and billions of streams of her music that statement is nothing if not true.


The monster hit by Dean Lewis “How Do I Say Goodbye,” has touched hundreds of millions of listeners as he sings about processing the looming death of a parent. “How Do I Say Goodbye” wasn’t Lewis’ first single to captivate a major audience: his 2019 single “Be Alright” earned him a spot in the Spotify Billions Club and now sits at a not-too-shabby four billion stream count. Mr. Lewis is wrapping his sold-out U.S. headlining tour now.


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Ruth B. & Dean Lewis – 28

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