Latest Release

Latest Release

Latest Release

Warrick Ryan Album - Dangerous

Warrick Ryan Album - Too Bad

Warrick Ryan Album - Mannequin

Warrick Ryan Album - Home Alone

Warrick Ryan Album - Love Language

Warrick Ryan Album - Do What You Want

Warrick Ryan refuses to conform to the norm. He parties hard but works even harder. The saying goes: “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” The sentiment rings true when you see Warrick performing. Every movement, tune and smile is meticulously thought out to tell the story Warrick conveys through his powerful lyrics. Refusing to conform to the norm, Warrick Ryan isn’t afraid to take leaps of faith in his budding music career.

“I speak my truth and put that into my music,” he says, “Unapologetic liberation – that’s what I live for. That’s what I want everyone to live for – especially when they’re listening to my songs.” From pretty pop tracks to upbeat bops, Warrick strives to tell a story; a narrative from one song to the next, drawing in his listeners with relatable words sung in beautiful harmony to tug on one’s heart strings.

Afro-pop beats are paired with sensational lyrics for songs you’ll be playing at the gym, in the car, at the office, for your friends – you’ll have a little piece of Warrick wherever you go. Emanating the likes of Troye Sivan, Khalid and Year & Years, with songs like “Pink”, “Mannequin”, “Home Alone” and “Love Language”, pop beats, produced by multi-talented, rapper and instrumentalist, Ameen Harron, are matched with unimpeded lyrics.

South Africa’s very own, little King Musician, Warrick certainly has a unique style. His eccentricity, vibrancy and unconventional spirit coats every lyric and tune. Immersing himself in the writing and production of each song, he adds a certain aspect of admiration to heartbreak.

The music and entertainment industry can be overwhelming, but that doesn’t deter Warrick. He’s taking a dedicated approach to his music career. So, what does the future hold for this rising star?

“The true answer is: I don’t know. But that’s the beauty of making music. You never know where the songs will take you, or what other creative opportunities lie right around the corner. There’s always going to be someone more talented, but I’m the only me. The best decisions are often accidents and happen by chance. I’m just doing me.”

Warrick Ryan refuses to conform to the norm. He parties hard but works even harder. The saying goes: “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” The sentiment rings true when you see Warrick performing. Every movement, tune and smile is meticulously thought out to tell the story Warrick conveys through his powerful lyrics. Refusing to conform to the norm, Warrick Ryan isn’t afraid to take leaps of faith in his budding music career.

“I speak my truth and put that into my music,” he says, “Unapologetic liberation – that’s what I live for. That’s what I want everyone to live for – especially when they’re listening to my songs.” From pretty pop tracks to upbeat bops, Warrick strives to tell a story; a narrative from one song to the next, drawing in his listeners with relatable words sung in beautiful harmony to tug on one’s heart strings.

Afro-pop beats are paired with sensational lyrics for songs you’ll be playing at the gym, in the car, at the office, for your friends – you’ll have a little piece of Warrick wherever you go. Emanating the likes of Troye Sivan, Khalid and Year & Years, with songs like “Pink”, “Mannequin”, “Home Alone” and “Love Language”, pop beats, produced by multi-talented, rapper and instrumentalist, Ameen Harron, are matched with unimpeded lyrics.

South Africa’s very own, little King Musician, Warrick certainly has a unique style. His eccentricity, vibrancy and unconventional spirit coats every lyric and tune. Immersing himself in the writing and production of each song, he adds a certain aspect of admiration to heartbreak.

The music and entertainment industry can be overwhelming, but that doesn’t deter Warrick. He’s taking a dedicated approach to his music career. So, what does the future hold for this rising star?

“The true answer is: I don’t know. But that’s the beauty of making music. You never know where the songs will take you, or what other creative opportunities lie right around the corner. There’s always going to be someone more talented, but I’m the only me. The best decisions are often accidents and happen by chance. I’m just doing me.”

Email: info@warrickryan.com

Email: info@warrickryan.com