Selah Sue

Selah Sue, whose real name is Sanne Putseys, is a Belgian singer-songwriter and musician known for her distinctive blend of soul, reggae, and funk. Born on May 3, 1989, in Leuven, Belgium, she began her musical career at a young age and gained significant recognition with her powerful voice and unique sound.

Selah Sue released her self-titled debut album in 2011, which included popular tracks such as “Raggamuffin,” “Crazy Vibes,” and “This World.” The album was a commercial success and earned her widespread acclaim, helping her to establish a strong presence in the European music scene. Her style is often compared to artists like Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu, combining soulful melodies with contemporary beats.

Following the success of her debut, Selah Sue continued to release music and perform internationally. Her second album, “Reason,” was released in 2015, further solidifying her reputation as a talented and versatile artist. She is known for her engaging live performances and her ability to connect with audiences through her emotive singing and relatable lyrics.

In addition to her musical career, Selah Sue has been open about her personal struggles, including her experiences with depression and anxiety, using her platform to raise awareness about mental health issues. Her honesty and authenticity have resonated with many fans, adding depth to her already impactful music.