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Ryan Griffin Shares New Track “Down” Ahead of Forthcoming EP Release

His middle name holds a special meaning that many in the Nashville community will recognize. Together these songs sing of love, faith, gratitude and good times. “We can always use some good vibes coming through the speakers — now more than ever!”
There’s a little more music in the world for the Griffin and his wife Talia as they recently welcomed a new addition to their family. “Down” is the latest in a string of releases that include “Right Here Right Now,” “Going Going Gone,” “One Prayer Left” and the title track. Jude Michael arrived on July 27 and joins big brother Levi Hart. by


August 5, 2020, 10:35 am


Up-and-coming singer / songwriter Ryan Griffin is dropping it “Down” with the newest release from his Name On It EP, due August 28. The Altadena / Warner Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist penned the summer-ready tune alongside Cameron Badell and Mark Trussell (listen HERE). See more

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0 Comments “Every record needs a summer jam, and ‘Down’ is that song that takes me back home to Florida, on the water soaking in the sun with no worries,” Griffin said. As Griffin told People: “Michael was specifically chosen to honor our dear friend busbee” (read more HERE). Receiving critical praise from outlets including People, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Entertainment Tonight and more, the heart-forward up-and-comer continues to seize his moment as a star on the cusp with his stunning vocals and hardwired emotional connection on full blast. A genre-defying talent, Griffin’s music fuses pop, soul and R&B with the honest universality of country to forge a romantic mix landing somewhere between Keith Urban and Brian McKnight.