RECORDING ARTIST & PRODUCER RYAN NEAL ROCKS OUT WITH LUCYD LYTE MUSIC GLASSES
Headphones + Glasses = Together at Last!
Detroit-based singer/musician/producer Ryan Neal fuses hip-hop-inspired production with soulful vocals, slinky guitar lines, vibey electric piano and funky bass riffs to create a sound that is both nostalgic and fresh. “I remember coming home from school and watching MTV’s TRL with my sisters every day. This was a huge contrast to my parent’s music which consisted of the Beach Boys, Sam Cooke, Stevie Wonder and countless other popular artists from the 50s through the 70s”, says Neal. These influences slowly began taking shape and he started writing songs in his late teens at Michigan State University.
In February 2019, he released his independent debut EP, Up My Sleeve. Along with seeing him on stage, Neal made his television debut as a cast member on The Bachelor presents: Listen to Your Heart, which debuted April 13, 2020 on ABC. After the show, Neal paired up with cast member and partner Natascha Bessez to release their debut single “Bad For You” on May 22, 2020. Keep an eye out for this Detroit artist that’s striving to merge the soul of Motown with the funk of the 70s and polish of modern production.
Ryan’s Lucyd Lyte Review
“When’s the last time you were truly blown away by the combination of tech innovation and fashion. For myself, that just happened when I got my hands on these brand new audio glasses from Lucyd. They’re called the Lucyd Lyte, and they offer an entirely new experience in fashion eyewear. The first thing I noticed when I put these on, is they’re extremely comfortable. You may expect a pair of glasses like this to be bulky, heavy, but as you can see, they feel like normal sunglasses. Most importantly, the audio quality is very crisp, whether you’re listening to music or making calls. They’re adaptable to various situations, so whether you prefer polarized lenses, prescription lenses, blue light lenses, or simply some dope fashion tints, they got you. And, I can assure you that you’ll fall in love with these glasses. Go, Lucyd!”
You can find all of Ryan’s details at his website: ryannealmusic.com