Ruth Koleva – Kiss My Attitude

Ruth Koleva’s consistent willingness to push boundaries and challenge societal norms has made her an emerging icon in the current pop scene.

New single ‘Kiss My Attitude’ sees the massively gifted Bulgarian singer songwriter challenge her home country’s long history of homophobia, while offering a beacon of light to outsiders everywhere.

Ruth Koleva

Ruth Koleva – Beyond Borders (feat. Diggs Duke) – Yakul Remix

Presenting a special remix by emerging Brightonian four-piece Yakul, ‘Beyond Borders’ is the latest release from Bulgarian-born New York City based singer-songwriter Ruth Koleva.

Featuring the talents of US artist Diggs Duke, the track offers a hazy and warm embrace that serves as a musical and lyrical catharsis about a utopian world.

“‘Beyond Borders’ is a project, which we started a few years ago with Diggs Duke and wanted to tell the story of how we could connect and feel close, even if we are far away apart. We started recording the song in the US and Amsterdam and ended up finishing it in a small Mexican village and filmed the video in Sofia, Bulgaria. It’s truly a song about the universal language of music and how art does not see any borders.” – Ruth Koleva

Ruth Koleva | Diggs Duke | Yakul

New Music: Ruth Koleva

It’s rare to come across an artist that is as well-rounded as Ruth Koleva. On one side, there’s the obvious talent she has in writing and performing pop songs with thought-provoking lyricism.

On the other, she’s a noted activist working with the likes of One Billion RisingWalk A Mile In Her Shoes, and most recently as the Ambassador for All Out, a global movement fighting for LGBTQ+ rights.

On ‘All The Guys’, Koleva points out…

“Like many women, I’ve been shamed for my sexuality and have been the subject of gossip and criticism my whole life. But the truth is, we all have the strength to make our own life choices without the fear of judgement. I wrote ‘All The Guys’ to encourage women to stand-up for themselves in those moments of weakness – to know that they are strong and not alone.”

Ruth Koleva