Following the success of her 2018 debut single “Swim” (produced by Dreamville’s Kaleb ‘K Quick’ Rollins), Ryélle released her second single “Last Call” on April 5, 2019. Today (6.20.2019), the R&B singer-songwriter shares the song’s official Judlin Civil-directed music video. Heavily inspired by Drake’s “Marvin’s Room“, “Last Call” is a cautionary tale of a drunken lover trying to reach their significant other to no avail.
“This song was actually written over three years ago, but the storyline is pretty timeless. Every girl can relate to this and the frustration of dealing with a guy who is just not good for them. The video was easy to come up with since the song tells its own story. We shot for 16 hours straight, overnight at that! But not by choice. We got kicked out of our first location and spent hours looking for a new one. In the end, it worked out and I’m very pleased with how we told the story. I hope this song can serve as strength to anyone in a similar situation.” –Ryélle
“Last Call” was produced by Pryme & Keyzz (producer of records by French Montana, Jadakiss, etc.) and co-written by Ryélle and SONGS Music Publishing’s DeVo D (co-writer of Nelly and Jeremih’s platinum hit “The Fix“).
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Ryélle gives listeners a nostalgic ’90s vibe and aims to help people through tough situations. Her records include minimal but effective contemporary R&B harmonies and instrumentation. Ryélle writes her music from experience, when she finds it difficult to express her feelings she turns them into a song. The singer/songwriter is aims to “reach and motivate young women“. With transparency, Ryélle is sharing not only her gifts but her struggles as well in hopes that another young woman can rise above their circumstances. She rallies for the independence of women and wants them to reclaim their power even when the odds are against them.
In 2018, Ryélle saw success in her debut release “Swim” which is a bass/drum heavy R&B jam produced by Dreamville producer Kaleb ‘K Quick’ Rollins and written by the songstress herself. The heavy drums combined with her power vocals and distinct tone creates a unique sound unlike any other records out. The single has been featured in Cosmopolitan’s, The Braid Up hair tutorial, earning over 17 million views on Facebook alone.