A TEENAGER will release her first music single and video on Saturday.

Ruby Brown, 17, will be releasing song 'Rejected' which she penned herself. The song is about love and having feelings that are being ignored.

Mum Susan Brown, who is married to Warren, said: "She has been singing since she was tiny, ever since she could mutter a few words really. 

"She is in a teenage rock band [Teen Spirit] as well which she joined about a year ago. They are all about 14, 15. She is the eldest - she has just turned 17. She has done music through school and she is doing her music A-level. She does a lot for Music for Youth, a charity, as well."

Ruby, who is a member of Flint Guitar School, attends Prestatyn High School. 

"Her single Rejected, she has written all by herself which is unbelievable," Susan said.

"She was getting vocal lessons from a tiny little production company in St Asaph that are up-and-coming called TT23 Studios. We also recorded the video at The Red in Dyserth, which is owned by Jules Peters. Jules and Mike have been really fabulous with her - letting her use the facilities, the apartments. They have been really supportive of her."

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Ruby, who has an older brother called William, is very excited about the single coming out.

"Oh my gosh, she is beside herself," Susan said.

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"It is not very often a 17-year-old gets to do this. We started her social media a while ago and that seems to be growing everyday and her Instagram is doing well.

"This is her very first release and her very first music video. It will be out on all available platforms. 

"She hopes to make more music, definitely. She has already started on her second single. 

"The song is in progress, it doesn't have a title or anything yet, but it is in progress.

"We are all proud of her."