Ruby Rose becomes the latest to join Connected Artists agency
Currently, there is no bigger media sensation than Ruby Rose, the quadruple threat LGBT activist-model-actress-DJ who made an explosive entrance into mainstream culture on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black in its third series. Both men and women alike felt a magnetism to the Australian output’s image and performance on television, but now, many have redirected their attention to Ruby Rose’s DJing career. Her most recent bookings include iconic venues like Pacha in New York and Exchange in Los Angeles.
To no surprise, her Pacha performance drew one of the largest crowds in its history, but besides her star power, her tasteful set list — which ranges from Mark Knight to Armand Van Helden to Justin Martin — and a career which actually expands beyond her recent OITNB fame has landed her a major deal with one of dance music’s most powerful forces. Ruby Rose now becomes the latest addition to Connected Artists booking agency, home to Avicii, Erick Morillo and Axwell Ingrosso, among others. Ruby Rose may have already championed her acting career, but make note — bigger things are coming for her musical talents as well.
Update: Ruby Rose will actually be joining the Connected Artists booking agency, not the management roster.