Releasing her debut single since leaving the UK’s version of The X Factor, is Relley C with “Unruly”. She competed in both series 10 and series 13; in the former she managed to get to the Judges’ Houses stage, but when she returned in the latter series, she got further, making it to the live shows; coming tenth overall. Now she’s dropped her debut single, which we can’t get enough of.
In her debut single, Relley C oozes soul in every single way whilst mixing it up with R&B. She has always proven that she can nail songs just like this one, and we truly believe she wasn’t given the chance to fully show this side of her on The X Factor. This is the real her and boy does she bring the soulful emotion.
The song itself is perfectly titled, “Unruly” describes the lyrics in every way. She teaches her listeners that they need to be themselves, that they can be whoever they want to be. Relley C sings about breaking away from chains, ones that clearly held her back; it’s totally her time to be “Unruly”.
Totally inspiring every single listener of her debut single to be true to who they are; Relley C shows how much of a great artist she is. Using her own experiences to create a song that invigorates us to achieve all that we want, makes this song iconic.
“Unruly” was written by Relley C, Lei Jennings, and The 1990 Club. It is available to download and stream right now. She also released a promotional video, explaining the meaning behind the song, a day before the release of the track.
Relley C, real name Sherelle Clarke, is from Birmingham, UK. Whilst on The X Factor, assistant judge, Robbie Williams, said of her: “She’s got an awesome voice. I was genuinely moved. I was genuinely transfixed. Whatever it is, she’s got it.” She has over two million views for her series 10 audition of The X Factor with a cover of Swedish House Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child”. She also recently covered Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” on her YouTube channel, which we still can’t get enough of. Relley C has this undeniable soulful voice that mixes so well with mainstream contemporary pop and R&B; her debut single will be on repeat for the next few days, and we suggest you do the same.