Ruel Vincent van Dijk, known mononymously as Ruel, is an English born Australian singer and songwriter from Sydney, best known for his singles "Don't Tell Me", "Younger" and "Painkiller". At the ARIA Music Awards of 2018 he won the award for Breakthrough Artist for his single "Dazed & Confused".
|Birth name:||Ruel Vincent van Dijk|
|Born:||October 29, 2002, Isleworth, London, United Kingdom|
|Origin:||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Genres:||Pop, R&B, soul|
|Occupations:||Singer, songwriter, dancer|
|Labels:||The Muziek Trust, RCA, Sony Music Australia|
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Up-and-coming singer who first rose to fame for the 2017 collaborative single "Golden Years." The soulful singer would follow-up that same year with "Don't Tell Me."
He was only twelve years old when he wrote his first song. He later made his live radio debut on triplej's "Like A Version." At the time, he had been the youngest to ever perform on the segment.
He completed a tour across Australia and New Zealand in September 2017 with Angus and Julia Stone.
He was born and raised in Isleworth, United Kingdom and later moved to Sydney, Australia. He has two sisters: Coco and Sylvie.
Information related to Ruel (singer)
- 21st-century Australian musicians
- Australian pop singers
- Musicians from Sydney
- Child pop musicians
- British emigrants to Australia
- ARIA Award winners