Rag'n'Bone Man

Pop Singer

Rag'n'Bone Man was born in Hvidovre, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark on January 29th, 1985 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 39, Rag'n'Bone Man biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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January 29, 1985
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Hvidovre, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark
39 years old
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Composer, Singer, Singer-songwriter
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Rag'n'Bone Man Life

Rory Charles Graham (born 29 January 1985), better known as Rag'n'Bone Man, is a British singer-songwriter best known for his deep, baritone voice.

"Human" was his first hit song, and his debut album of the same name was released in February 2017.

He was named British Breakthrough Act and was given the Critics' Choice Award at the 2017 Brit Awards.

Early life

Rory Charles Graham was born in 1981 in Uckfield, East Sussex. He has a younger half-sister. He attended Ringmer Community College in Ringmer, from which he was kicked out, and then enrolled in Uckfield College in his hometown. He began MCing with a drum and bass crew at the age of 15, influenced by watching repeats of BBC sitcom Steptoe and Son. He was a member of a group of youth sponsored by The Prince's Trust who conceived a community project that involved painting and gardening in Crowborough when he was in school. He also supports the Brighton and Hove Albion football team.


Rag'n'Bone Man Career


When he moved to Brighton, Gi3mo formed the Rum Committee and welcomed him to join them. He began performing at Slip-jam B. He encountered people who helped him start his career at this point. They sponsored hip hop artists Pharoahe Monch and KRS-One at Brighton's Concorde 2 over the next two years, as well as their own album titled Boozetown (2012), which was available in Bandcamp and other online stores. Rory Graham was asked to help Joan Armatrading at Brighton Dome just weeks before the Rum Committee's album was published. He coproduced his first official release, the eight-track Bluestown EP (2012), which featured one feature from rapper Ceezlin, with no solo debuts to his name on the night.

Graham began collaborating with UK hip hop label High Focus Records in 2011 and releasing a number of albums with them, including a collaboration with MC/producer Dog 'n Bone EP (2013) and a Dirty Dike project titled Put That Soul on Me (2014). Shortly after, he began to collaborate with record producer Mark Crew, who at the time was working on Bastille's debut album Bad Blood. In 2013, Graham agreed to a publishing contract with Warner Chappell.

Graham released the EP Wolves on Best Laid Plans Records in 2014, containing nine tracks with guests, including rapper Vince Staples, Stig of the Dump, and Kae Tempest. On the album "Remains," Graham and Skunk Ananansie were also on Bastille's third mixtape, VS. Best Laid Plans Records also published his Disfigured EP in 2015. On BBC Radio 1 Xtra, the lead track "Bitter End" was included on the BBC Radio 1 Xtra playlist and made it to BBC Radio 1's "In New Music We Trust" playlist.

"Human," Graham's first hit song on Columbia Records, was released in July 2016. It reached the top of the official singles charts in Austria, Belgium, Germany, and Switzerland, despite being ranked number one. It was awarded Gold in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland. In the official launch trailer for Amazon Prime series Oasis, "Human" was used as the theme tune, as well as in the television series Into the Badlands' season 2 intro. The song was also used in the outro for Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 Episode 9, the 16th episode of Suits season 7 (season 7) as well as Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan television series.

Graham's debut album, also named Human, was released on February 10, 2017. "Human" opens the album and features tracks from Mark Crew, Two Inch Punch, and Jonny Coffer. In 2017, the album received the BBC Music Award for British Album of the Year, and he was nominated for Artist of the Year. Graham also performed on the track "The Apprentice" from the deluxe edition of their fifth studio album Humanz later in 2017.

Graham performed and co-wrote one of Will Smith's 2017 Netflix film Bright's "Broken People."

Graham coproduced "Giant," a Scottish DJ and record producer. It reached number two on the UK Singles Chart, despite being ranked second. He also collaborated with Italian singer Zucchero Fornaciari to write the song "Freedom" for the album D.O.C.

Graham released "All You Ever Wanted," the lead single from his second studio album Life by Misadventure, in January 2021. "Anywhere Away From Here," Pink's second single from the album, was co-produced with him. "Alone," "Crossfire" and "Fall in Love Again" were among the album's more popular singles.

The album was scheduled to be released on April 23, 2021, but it was postponed to 7 May 2021.

Life By Misadventure debuted on the UK Albums Chart and spent 7 weeks in the top ten, making it the most popular album by a solo artist in 2021 and winning Gold medal in the United Kingdom.


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