DJ Ryan Wolf releases a visual to his latest single "I'm Here."
Ryan Gullatt, professionally known as DJ Ryan Wolf, is an American hip hop Disc jockey and mixtape producer. After having been laid off from various administrative positions, Wolf picked up DJing as a hobby to fill time but quickly learned that he was naturally gifted in the art of scratching. He combined this newfound skill with his unshakeable love for music and began to pursue DJing full time. In 2010, he got his first break when he started DJing for his longtime friend Ray Jr who, at the time, had just released a song entitled "Sloppy". He later made on-air appearances on Sirius XM Holdings's Sway N The Morning and Hip-Hop Nation's Ear Candy with Renada Romain. Wolf shot to prominence after he was named the official DJ for the Cleveland Browns. With nearly 40 mixtapes over the course of his music career, he has worked with notable acts including DJ Scream, Machine Gun Kelly and OG Ron C among others. He is a Heavy Hitter DJ, member of The world famous Chopstars, a coalition of American DJs and turntablists who perform chopped and screwed remixes of popular songs, and also a DJ and radio personality on Z107.9 (Cleveland, OH), 101.1 (Cincinnati, OH), and 107.5 (Columbus, OH).
The single, "I'm Here," features Cleveland rapper Rootabang and motivational speaker, Elijah Frazier.
Shot and directed by Brett Vance and co-directed by Serious Mo, the video depicts how the artist comes home from prison, gets directly into the studio and secures a new deal. The message behind the video is never stop working, success is on the way.
"I'm Here" produced by Matt LightDaFlame and DJ Ryan Wolf is now available on all streaming platforms.