Ralph is the new Canadian pop princess that we’ve been waiting for. On Aug. 1, she was nominated for an MMVA (iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards) as “Best New Canadian Artist.” She has accumulated over 14 million streams on Spotify with singles like “Cold to the Touch” and “Something More.” Ralph is earning praise from industry’s biggest taste makers such as Billboard, Noisey, Fader, and Nylon—just to name a few.
This summer, Ralph released melancholic pop gem “September Fades,” overflowing with silky melodic lines. Soon after, she dropped the single and music video for “Girl Next Door” featuring TOBi. The video is magnified with simple choreography and luminous wardrobe that captures the eye. Canadian hip-hop artist TOBi delivers his verse with as much soul as he has swag. Ralph fills each frame with emphatic confidence when singing the chorus: “Change is gonna come/ But you better believe I’m still the girl next door.”
Most recently, Ralph has added to her catalogue of amazing disco-flared pop singles with “Tables Have Turned,” The groove is raining with a heavy bass line while the synth distorts into a large danceable chorus. Ralph’s smooth, R&B-tinged voice is complimented with the sparkle of pop lyrics. Plus, “Tables Have Turned” foretells the release of highly anticipated upcoming full-length album.
In the making of her music, Ralph strives to be a role model for both young men and women who are navigating relationships, identity, self-love and acceptance.