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Ruth Anne Cunningham

Fri, 13 April 2018

Ruth Anne Cunningham

Our next guest has written hits for the likes of Britney Spears, Westlife and One Direction, and includes a co-writing credit for Niall Horan's smash 'Slow Hands' on her CV.

Having spent the better part of the past decade working in LA, she had put her own performing aspirations on the backburner - until now, when she has decided to go it alone!

With more than 1 point 5 billion Spotify streams and having just received an IMRO award for her outstanding contribution to songwriting, as well as being signed to John Legend's label.

Ruth Anne Cunningham joined us earlier to tell us about her new solo venture.

Watch her full interview and performance below.

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