Phoebe Ryan began writing songs for artists such as Oh Honey, rapper Skizzy Mars and Bea Miller before releasing music of her own. In 2014, she was featured on DJ duo Tritonal's single, "Now or Never," and in 2015, she released her first song as an artist, "Ignition/Do You," a mashup of "Ignition" and "Do You." Her first two original singles, "Mine" and "Dead," followed shortly thereafter.
In 2015, Ryan inked a deal with Columbia Records, with whom she released her debut EP entitled Mine. Her songs have received praise from music bloggers and artists alike, with Tove Lo praising "Mine" as "GOLD," Taylor Swift including the song on a handwritten list titled "New Songs That Will Make Your Life More Awesome (I promise!)," The Fader describing it as "excellent," and Billboard calling Ryan's voice "magnetic." In 2015, Nylon called Ryan a pop singer "primed for stardom."
On March 4, 2016, Ryan released "Chronic", an electropop song that serves as the lead single from her forthcoming debut album. The music video was released in April. "Boyz N Poizn" was released as the second single on May 5, 2016, with its music video released in June. "Dollar Bill (feat. Kid Ink)" is available everywhere now: http://smarturl.it/DollarBillPR?IQid=yt
See Phoebe live this summer on the Boyz N Poizn Tour: http://phoeberyanofficial.com
Directed by Blythe Thomas: http://blythethomas.com