Ruby Amanfu

Ruby Amanfu

Ruby Amanfu

Ruby Amanfu is a Ghana-born, Nashville-based vocalist and songwriter. Her accolades include the Associated Press' #1 Album of the Year with her former duo Sam & Ruby, Grammy recognition for her song, "Heaven's My Home" (co-written with Katie Herzig), critically acclaimed solo albums including "Smoke & Honey" released via Polydor UK and "Standing Still" released via Thirty Tigers and Rival & Co. in 2015.

Her vocals lace Beyonce’s track “Don’t Hurt Yourself" on the Grammy-nominated album, Lemonade, as well as on Jack White’s debut solo single, “Love Interruption,” and his two acclaimed solo albums, Blunderbuss and Lazaretto

Ruby’s additional collaborations expand to artists including Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes, Sara Bareilles, Ben Folds, Hozier, Norah Jones, Ryan Adams, Patti LaBelle, Jakob Dylan, Charlie Peacock and John Prine.

Outside of her vast musical career, Ruby has had co-starring roles on CMT's 'Nashville,' is an elected Grammy Board Governor, has appeared on The Food Network and is a private chef and food blogger.


Get Updates

Get Answers