Growing up in NY, Ryder was considered a child prodigy, starting to sing at just the age of 3. She dove heavily into classical, choral, opera and folk music. Having a natural writing ability that started to develop while messing around in the studio of a family member who was a notable producer of music for shows like Entertainment Tonight & Access Hollywood. By her mid-teens Ryder was hopping around studios in NYC writing and recording with writer/producers like Dave Tozer (“All of Me” John Legend), Angela Hunte (“New York State of Mind” Jay-Z/Alicia Keys”), Claude Kelly (“Party in the USA” Miley Cyrus), Frankie Storm (“Take A Bow” Rihanna) and Jeremy Skaller (“Down” Jay Sean). Thereafter, attending NYU with other buzzing classmates like Gallant, Felix Snow and RL Grime. Upon her move to LA, Ryder spent two years locked in the studio developing her sound and then practically making waves overnight with the release of her first single “Pretty Little Gangster”. Big channels like Mr.Suicide Sheep got wind of her sound and started blasting her music to their massive audiences. Since that time and with more releases under her belt, Ryder has only continued to grow creatively and in popularity with each release. Despite a noisy market of indie artists coming up these days, Ryder is clear standout from the frey both vocally and as a songwriter, amassing an incredible amount of views, streams and fan support across the internet and all platforms. Over the past year, once again Ryder was locked away in the studio with everyone from JKash to Dave Sitek, Tim Anderson, Chris Braide, Daniel Heath, Paul Phamous, Cody Tarpley and most recently electronic duo Broods cooking up a catalogue of new material and honing her creativity further.