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11-12-2021 tot 18-12-2021 / Alarmschijf / Drew Ryn – Christmas in your arms

Written by on 11 december 2021

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Drew Ryn – Christmas in your arms

Drew Ryn - Christmas in your arms

 

Ready for broadcast… Christmas in Your Arms from renowned American Singer / Songwriter Drew Ryn

Track Title: Christmas in Your Arms
Genre: Holiday / Pop
Launch Date: 24th November 2021
ISRC Code: QZNWZ2175075

Artist Location: Nashville, TN, USA
Drew Ryn is recognised by many as the voice of her generation and is frequently compared to legends such as Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and Mariah Carey, to name a few.
Credited for her innovative and jaw-dropping approach to creative writing, Drew Ryn is well-known for popularising the Random 3 Word Challenge in which a word generator online picks three random words to which she writes original hits. Her most recent viral release blew past 12 million views and 40+ thousand shares in just days on TikTok and has since gone viral on multiple platforms.
At just 14 years old, Drew Ryn made her TV debut on the US hit show the X Factor. She caught the eyes of all those around her – but most importantly her mentor’s, Simon Cowell. Drew would go on to lock in 6th place on the debut season, even though America overwhelmingly voted her into the finals.
Drew is not only a rising TikTok star. She has amassed a loyal following across all of her platforms since her debut and continues to release music to the masses. She is a known name in the EDM world, collaborating with A-list DJs, including most recently, Blasterjaxx. She has released music with Warner Music, Spinnin Records, Armada, Revealed, and more.
Drew is also an accomplished live performer. She has made over 150 live appearances the past few years, performing for hundreds of thousands of her fans.

 

 

 


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