Rapidly marking her name as one of Manchester’s most exciting R&B artists in recent years, RAHH unveils stunning new single ‘OKAY’. With it’s captivating and beautifully written lyrics, the song showcases emerging British talent at its finest.

“‘I wrote it at a time when Brexit was all we had heard for so long that it was becoming white noise, like COVID. Fading into the background like some kind of melancholic soundtrack to our bad life decisions and contradictory behaviours.”

The song is taken from RAHH’s latest EP (out now), entitled ‘I Told You We’d Be Famous’, of which she says:

“I Told You We’d Be Famous’ came from a lot of unrest and realisation as a twentysomething rocking up in an adult world that looked a lot different to the one I’d been sold. In a culture of ever growing social networks, mindless distractions and love that doesn’t text back, finding ways to numb the feeling of anxiety and heartache sometimes is the thing that brings us together. The EP is the soundtrack to those reckless nights and the longing for connection.”

To date, RAHH has garnered praise from noted outlets such as BBC 6 Music, Complex and Atwood, and worked with the likes of Liam Gallagher, Nile Rodgers, JP Cooper and Joel Corry.

RAHH is also launching a new sustainable clothing line called ‘Overkill Apparel’ on the 20th June.