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Album Review

Building smartly upon the gospel-inflected R&B that helped her win the 2006 season of the reality TV competition America's Got Talent, 11-year-old vocalist Bianca Ryan's debut self-titled album showcases her gargantuan chops and sweet charm. Featuring a bevy of producers that includes such heavyweights as David Foster and Walter Afanasieff, both of whom have worked with such huge stars as Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, and Whitney Houston, Ryan's album is exactly what her fans should have expected and could have hoped for. While the arrangements are somewhat over-the-top pop creations, they are nonetheless very similar to the arrangements on America's Got Talent, and in that sense the perfect launching pad for Ryan's post-show career. Here you get Ryan singing not only the first song she sang on America's Got Talent, the soulful Jennifer Holliday ballad "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," but also pleasant covers of "The Rose," "I Believe I Can Fly," "You Light Up My Life," and Regina Belle's epic anthem "Dream in Color." It doesn't hurt either that the original songs Ryan's been given here are melodically attractive and well-written tunes that deftly exploit her surprisingly powerful and emotive vocal abilities. Ultimately, if the album's production style and emotional range are grandiose given Ryan's age, her musical aspirations are more than matched by her truly impressive vocal talent.

Customer Reviews

Absolutely Amazing

Bianca Ryan is the twelve year old who won America's Got Talent, and wow does she have talent. Her voice is incredibly mature, and it's absolutely shocking how well of a voice this girl has. The song And I am Telling You I'm Not Going, is incredible and it you can really hear how vocally talented she is in the song. If you are after one song, this is the one I advise you to buy. My second choice for a buy would be I Believe I Can Fly. Or better yet, just buy the whole CD! She also had Simon Cowell say she is potentially the best voice he will hear in his life, and there hasn't been this kind of talent on American Idol yet. Please check her out!

Gotta hand it to her

Bianca Ryan, you're amazing! Ok, what is she? 11? has she turned 12 yet? Just listen to all that talent! Ok I'll admit it's a teeny but lame that most of the songs are covers....but STILL! Round up Hilary Duff, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and possibly Jessica Simpson and you STILL won't have the amount of PURE TALENT that this girl has! I'm sensing the next Christina Aguilera...

All I can Say is Breathtaking.

For this girl to only be twelve is amazing. Her voice sounds so much older. I think Simon Cowell finally got it right, she is one of the best singers out there. Bianca is going to be around forever. Her voice soothes my soul. I love it. My favorite song is The Rose and Superstar.


Born: September 4, 1994 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The girl who made singer Brandy cry, 11-year-old vocalist Bianca Ryan did just that as the 2006 winner of the TV reality talent competition America's Got Talent. Born in Philadelphia in 1994, Ryan enjoyed singing from a young age and by age eight had developed an interest in gospel and R&B music. This led not only to appearances on Showtime at the Apollo and The Tom Joyner Show, but also to a spot on Star Search, where she ultimately lost. A judge and fan favorite from the start on the first season...
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