#FeelGoodFriday: RALPH – ‘Something More’


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I’m completely new to RALPH (aka Raffa Weyman) but I’m already a fan!

Having recently been introduced to the songstress, I have been captured by her unique sound and the way she combines uplifting 70s/80s disco synths with funky pop beats and her contemporary vocal style; she’s bound to gather a huge audience, quickly.

She has stated that “‘Something More’ was inspired by Aziz Ansari’s Netflix show ‘Master of None’. The show honestly narrates the existential issues faced by young adults now. Consumed with social media and dating apps, we’re obsessed with the idea of something more or someone better, often leading us to sabotage the good things we have.”

Her honest lyricism and tempting sound make for a real auditory treat – this one’s definitely a great song to kick start your weekend! #FeelGoodFriday at its best!

No official music video has been released (that I can find!) as of yet, but of course, we’ll keep you updated on this.

What are your thoughts on this newcomer? Have you heard any of her previous releases? Has this song got you excited for more? Please share your thoughts or own #FeelGoodFriday choices in a comment below or hit us up via our social media accounts.

Have a great weekend guys!

Matt – Muzik Speaks
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‘Something More’ can be downloaded off iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/something-more-single/id1135404978


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