Ruby Camille, the 24-year-old Nashville (Franklin) native, singer-songwriter, producer, song publisher and content creator is at it again. She recently released her latest single "Call Us Queens" and it is a straight hit.
The latest single has outperformed expectations, filled the dance floors, and empowered women to be the Queens they are; and it was just in time for Women's History Month. She has written jingles, collabed with other artists, written hot hooks for the street, has her own segmented internet radio show, has a huge presence on tiktok, and now she’s back in the studio working on her next EP set to release in June.
Known as The Newest Jewel in R&B, her friends simply call her “RC.” Her first album, “RC1,” was released in 2017 and features Kirk Whalum and her Grammy Award-winning father, bassist and producer “VC” Victor Caldwell.
Her latest project is a collaboration with Abu Da Don “The Voice of TSU” where she sings the hook and verse for his massively successful single called Nobody Else. She has sung the National Anthem at high school and college events, recently had a sold-out performance with her band, and opened for 2’Live Bre and Hew G in one of Nashville’s hottest nightclubs.
Some of her other songs like Faded and Self Love which have more than a combined 14 thousand views can be seen on her website and her YouTube channel. She is a graduate of Samford University in communications and takes her career seriously, this is her life!