With the launch of her recent house-heavy single "Free", Ryden proves herself again to be one of the most versatile producers and songwriters in the industry. "Free" is Ryden's first release in the electronic music genre since last year's "Move", a Major Lazor-esque moombahton hit that saw support on the festival circuit and official Spotify playlists of Party Favor, ETC ETC and more.
Ryden's new sound maintains her distinctly urban influences over house rhythms, pairing her R&B/soul vocals with 90s inspired production. This is truly a spectacular track that I've had on repeat all day.
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