Rubi, Al Green's daughter, is following in his footsteps as a musician and recently posted a photo posing in the middle of the road, wearing an "I LOVE TO SING" hoodie.
Al Green made waves in the music industry as one of the greatest rhythm and blues singers in the '70s. His musical talents ran through his veins as his siblings also had impressive vocals and even formed the gospel quartet, Greene Brothers.
Before the age of 30, the artist became a Full Gospel Tabernacle church pastor while furthering his career as a singer and a record label owner.
Al Green during a live concert performance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana on May 1, 1988. | Source: Getty Images
In 1977, he married Shirley Kyles, with whom he had three beautiful children, Alva, Rubi, and Cora. Like their father, Green's daughters were blessed with powerful vocals and formed a group of their own called The Green Sisters, taking from their dad's former group's name.
Rubi continued her musical career as a solo artist after graduating from Northern Illinois University, redefining gospel music and incorporating hip-hop.
Recently, she took to Instagram a cool photo of herself, standing on the hood of a luxury car, while wearing a long, thick, furry brown coat, white jeans, and a brown hoodie that read "I LOVE TO SING" in front.
Green is also still quite active in the music scene, having a tour in 2019 that started at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas.
Rubi's car was parked in the middle of the road with houses seen on the side and a view of mountains far behind. "Where the money resides," she captioned the post.
It has been nearly two years since Rubi showcased her talents at the 1500 Sound Academy in Los Angeles recording studio, performing several gospel songs.
Among them was a track called "Summa Jesus," which boasted of hip-hop infused with gospel rhythm. According to the artist, her music can easily impact the young and old who genuinely have faith.
Rubi receives support from the people who love her, including her husband, Grammy Award-winner Dammo Farmer, and manager Nisan Stewart.
Al Green during the 51st Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center on February 8, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images
Rubi's father is also still quite active in the music scene, having a tour in 2019 that started at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas.
He also had a show day in New York City, which he shared on Instagram and noted that he was heading to Radio City Hall to give an incredible and unforgettable performance.