Los Angeles-based artist and producer Amber Ryann drops flawless new single “Bad”, accompanied by a music video.
Amber Ryann discovered music as a source of comfort when she was young, and as she got older she saw creating her own music as an opportunity to try to make sense of the world around her. She grew up around music, her father was a hip-hop producer and her mother was a fan of late 90’s R&B, as well as hip-hop. With that influence from her parents, and the fast emerging early 2000’s emo, hardcore and alternative rock scenes helped her make sense of being a teenager. Having an eclectic taste in music and a strong sense of musicianship, set her apart from the rest of her peers. Amber has already garnered support from the likes of Lyrical Lemonade, Elevator Mag, Impose Magazine and more. After discovering her music back in January by somehow finding her outstanding release “ALONE” on our release radar, we instantly became fans of her music. There isn’t a single bad song in her discography, she’s been consistently dropping nothing but gems since 2017. Her latest offering “BAD” is another flawless track produced by Zach Golden, which detail the negative effects of hanging onto a toxic relationship. She delivers a gorgeous vocal performance with infectious melodies throughout, which fit well with the lush production. Combining alternative pop and hip-hop well, Amber Ryann showcases her versatility, and once again proves she’s one of the most slept on emerging artists out there. Give this a listen, it’s brilliant.
Stream “BAD” below: