Ryhan Douglas: Debut EP ‘Circles’ Chronicles Youthful Reflections

Ryhan Douglas

Rising alt-R&B sensation Ryhan Douglas steps into the spotlight with his debut EP, Circles, a nine-track collection executive produced by Wondagurl and Eli Brown.

Opening with the introspective track “Spin The Block,” Douglas sets the tone for an EP that delves deep into his experiences with love, youth, and self-discovery. Tracks like “Last Page,” “Young & Reckless,” and “Conversations” offer glimpses into the joys and mishaps of young romance, painting a vivid picture of the trials and tribulations of growing up.

In “Found,” Douglas confronts the challenges of long-distance relationships, capturing the frustration and longing that often accompany young love. Meanwhile, “Afro Blue,” the EP’s latest focus track, transports listeners back to the nostalgia of high school romance, evoking the thrill of embracing the moment and taking chances in youth.

Reflecting on the themes explored in Circles, Douglas describes the EP as a tribute to his childhood and his journey towards self-discovery. From loss and money to religion and relationships, each track serves as a chapter in his personal narrative, offering listeners a glimpse into his world.

“I don’t know why I made it, nor do I know why it sounds as such,” Douglas muses. “I let life take its course, ultimately guiding me through circles the same way I was running before finding myself through sound. In a sense, I’m presenting to you a few pages of my journal.”

With Circles, Ryhan Douglas invites listeners to join him on a reflective journey through the highs and lows of youth, capturing the essence of teenage love and the universal experience of growing up. Stream the EP below and embark on a sonic exploration of self-discovery and evolution.