Ryder is quickly on the rise to stardom with the release of her first music video, “King”. Directed by LYKA, the video showcases the pop star’s quirky electric style while bringing a soulful melody and star power quality. Her left-winged approach to music somehow always hits people right in the heart every time and her most recent single, “King” is no exception.
With roughly 9 Million streams on Spoifty, Ryder sits somewhere between the timeless musicality and vocal quality of a young Florence Welch and with the aesthetic, “No F***s given” nature and writing style of a modern, pop friendly Santigold or “Paper Planes” famed M.I.A. By her mid-teens Ryder was hopping around studios in NYC writing and recording with writer/producers like Dave Tozer (“All of Me” John Legend), Angela Hunte (“New York State of Mind” Jay-Z/Alicia Keys”), Claude Kelly (“Party in the USA” Miley Cyrus), Frankie Storm (“Take A Bow” Rihanna) and Jeremy Skaller (“Down” Jay Sean). Over the past year, once again Ryder was locked away in the studio with everyone from JKash to Dave Sitek, Tim Anderson, Chris Braide, Daniel Heath, Paul Phamous, Cody Tarpley and most recently electronic duo Broods cooking up a catalogue of new material and honing her creativity further.