New York-bred singer/songwriter Ryan Lane had early dreams of becoming an entertainer. Inspired by the likes of Brandy, Joe and Usher, Ryan Lane hoped that one day he would be able to inspire others just as the same as his musical influences inspired him.
Ryan lane began his professional music career as a member of the Harlem Boys Choir. As a part of the Harlem Boys Choir, Ryan Lane was able to develop his musical talent and had the opportunity to travel the world sharing the stage with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Michael Bolton and The Backstreet Boys.
In 2007, Ryan Lane joined the R&B group Project 718. Project 718 went on to sign their first record deal with Capitol Records.
Ryan Lane decide that it was time to take his career into his own hands in early 2012, decide that he needed to blaze his own trail as a solo artist.
Besides his music interest, Ryan Lane shares his music gift and dancing abilities with children around New York City. Teaching at a local Mt. Vernon elementary school and holding weekend dancing classes for children. In Ryan Lane’s mentoring he encourages others to follow their dreams and focusing on the importance in self-esteem, something his mentor Terry Wright taught him. Although Ryan Lane’s mentor passed away a few years ago, Ryan Lane is determine that Wright’s legacy live through his work.
“I want people to know that if you have a dream, you should live it. I feel that I am here for a purpose and that is to teach through my music.”
Ryan Lane is currently in the studio working on his first solo ep which will embrace his R&B roots. “I want to bring R&B music back to the way it was when I grew up, great music and real love songs, I am ready to take R&B music to another level”