There must be something in the water down under, because here comes another amazing Aussie making waves here in the US. In 2016 Ralphy made a huge splash in the LA scene with her single ‘Lover’, the passionate forerunner to her debut album ‘PeaceLover’. Since then she’s received an overwhelming response to her heart-pounding music and electric live performances, taking LA by storm as an independent pop sensation.
While her simmering, sultry singing is the most striking Ralphy quality, what this stage siren has really become most widely known for is her incredible live shows. With their dynamic choreography and high-fashion dance aesthetic, Ralphy captures the true meaning of performance, elevating her audience into a beautiful space of love, freedom, and expression. As a proud advocate of equal rights and an ardent supporter of the LGBTQ+ community, this is what Ralphy’s all about: “I just want the world to remember gratitude and how good it feels to be in the moment, have fun, and respect each other. We are all so lucky to have this thing called life and we owe it to ourselves to live it with LOVE.”
Ralphy never breaks her stride: after a whirlwind two years performing at quintessential Los Angeles venues, including the Hotel Café main room, the Viper Room, Rage, The Rose, The Mint, El Cid, and more, 2019 was a prolific recording year. Things kicked things off with the release of her hotly anticipated single ‘Hesitate’, a slick R&B number that was a stylistic departure from her previously more disco-inspired grooves, which was followed by ‘Stones’, a smoldering collaboration with Brazilian pop singer Tiago and LA R&B singer Justin Green. Ralphy then rounded out the season with the release of ‘Can’t Sleep’, her darkest track yet, with its moody, ‘80s new wave feel.
Despite the unprecedented global social climate of the following year, 2020 marked the release of still more singles: the emotional ‘Confess’ and up-and-at-‘em ‘Dancing on a HeartBreak’. Not only did she continue to deliver heartfelt, high-energy hits, but she did one better: Ralphy performed in a number of live virtual shows, proving that her captivating performances translate across mediums.
This year saw Ralphy’s return to the stage with her first in-person show post-pandemic, her Out From Under concert. This triumphant, electrifying return marked the start of more great things to come from this artist, including remixes of her most recent singles, plus an acoustic version of Confess, and more. So keep your eyes and ears open—you definitely won’t want to miss what Ralphy has happening next!