AWARD WINNING ALBUM 2022
32nd SEASON AWARDS Best Female Singer
Bamboo Soup แกงหน่อไม้
released April 1, 2021
This is a song about one of my favorite dishes, which is part of North-Eastern Thai culture.
Ya Tu Sa Der - Single
released December 24, 2020
Happy New Year everyone!
This is the new single for my upcoming album. It is a song about forgiveness, about missing someone you once had a special relationship with.
Dao Duang Mai - Single
released December 4, 2019
Today I delivered my son. In this painful but extremely special day I also wanted to release a new song - ‘Dao Duang Mai’ (A New Planet).
I believe that most people go through so many different stages in their lives, like they are moving from one planet to another: the planet of happiness, the planet of sadness, the planet of loneliness, the planet of disappointment, the planet of regret, the planet of uneasiness and plenty of others…
But whenever we feel these ways we should never forget there are so many other planets we can move to and accommodate ourselves. And we always have the option to start anew.
This is the message I would like to pass on to my son, and to anyone who is there to listen…
Isan Soul EP
released September 27, 2015
This album was self-released on 27 September 2015. It fuses Northeastern Thai traditional music with western music. In March 2016, the album won two national "Kom Chad Luek" awards for best album of the year and best song of the year ("Maya") and Rasmee won the "Kom Chad Luek" award for best female singer of the year.
released December 27, 2017
This is Rasmee's second album. It was self-released on 27 December 2017. It fuses Northeastern Thai traditional music with other styles such as Thai Luk Thung music, African beats, blues/rock and pop. In April 2018, the song "Little Girls" was nominated for Best Recording of the Year and Rasmee Wayrana received the Best Female Artist of the Year award at Thai national "Season Awards".
released March 7, 2019
Morlam music captivated me from a very young age and has continued to do so as I have grown older. It made me dream of singing Morlam and even having an album of my own one day.
To fulfill my dreams all I needed was an album where I could show my admiration for Morlam with the help of a Phin and a Khene.
Today I would like to thank everyone for making this possible.