J.Ry-E releases "Would It Matter" single
October 5, 2012
After a successful stage career that included lead roles in productions like HMS Pinafore, Dearly Departed, and The Greater Tuna, and appearances in multiple television commercials, Joshua Ryan Erwin set his sights on a musical career. He’s opened for headlining acts like Nelly, Petey Pablo, Nappy Roots, Rome, and Juvenile. Then he took a short hiatus from music to become a successful casting assistant. In the world of television, he’s working on shows like CBS’s “My Boys” (in which he also worked as a stand-in and extra), the made-for-TV movie “Man Eater” (in which he also appeared), the feature film Middle Men (starring Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, James Caan, and Kevin Pollack), and Piranha 3D (starring Elizabeth Shue, Ving Rhames, Adam Scott, Christopher Lloyd, and Richard Dreyfus).
But now, he’s returning to music.
As J.Ry-E, he’s offering up a new single, “Would It Matter” in advance of the release of an upcoming album, “Anytime,” which is set to drop early next year.
The multifaceted artist cites the influence of performers like Drake, R. Kelly, Sisqo (Dru Hill), 112, Alex Clare, and Akon. Like those artists, J.Ry-E knows how to use his voice to its full potential.
“Would It Matter” offers a lowdown syncopated club beat, full of bombast and energy, for J.Ry-E to flex his chops on. It’s a song about love, need, and loneliness, with a palpable energy and passion. The rhythm starts out with ominous dread, and when J.Ry-E lays out his lyrical prayers over the mercurial synth track, the results are magical.
With the use of modern production techniques, and a beat that forces you to sit up and pay attention, the success of “Would It Matter” seems like a sure thing, as does the rest of the upcoming album, “Anytime.” Give “Would It Matter” a listen, and stay posted for the latest news on J.Ry-E’s upcoming album, “Anytime” set to be released early next year.
Staff Press Release Writer
The single “Would It Matter” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download
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