Ryan Toby is a name synonymous with hit music. A Grammy Nominated singer/songwriter Ryan has done film, theatre and toured the world. In 2003 he began working with Usher on his Diamond selling album Confessions, lending his pen to “Caught Up”, “Super Star” and “Follow Me”. After the massive success of that album Ryan's writing skills and melodic delivery were sought after by a myriad of A-List artists including Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige, LL Cool J and many more! To date, Toby's discography reads like a who's who of the industry, having worked with the likes of Fifth Harmony, Estelle, Jill Scott, Luke James, Melanie Fiona, Pleasure P, Ro James, Pia Mia and the list keeps growing.
As of March 2017 Toby started releasing his solo projects beginning with an edgy R&B balled entitled "Icarus". From there Ryan joined forces with good friend and business partner Jason Salvador founder of Red Vision Music. A state of the art Management, Multi Media and Music company Red Vision Music is representing a super star roster of clients like 1500 or Nothing, Mya, kAui, Mike Classic and My Guy Mars. After "Icarus" was met with great support from his fanbase, Ryan began releasing singles from a masterfully crafted album named "Repeat History". The title track "Repeat History" debuted in the Fall of 2017 sparking a streak of follow up songs leading to the release of the full length project due out November 26, 2018. Songs like "If U Don't Mind", "Ya Boyfriend", "Mad At Me", "Inside", "WUSSUP" and "Denial" were added to many top playlists on Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and other streaming sites globally.
Always in demand Toby has garnered TV and Film success scoring top billing song placements with "Gid It Gid It" in Universal Pictures 2017 blockbuster Girls Trip and "Big Shoes" in season 4 of Fox Televisions #1 show Empire. Through the years Ryan Toby has worked alongside many top tier hit makers such as Wycelf Jean, Salaam Remi, Jerry Wonda, Track Masters, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Dre and Vidal, Jermaine Dupri, The Underdogs, Bryan-Michael Cox, Da Interz, Danja Hands, DJ Camper, B!nk and Rodney Jerkins.