Ryan Corey Robinson

Ryan Corey Robinson

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Ryan Corey Robinson is an American celebrity kid. Moreover, Ryan Corey Robinson is the son of legendary American singer, music composer, and talented pianist Ray Charles.

Early life

Ryan Corey Robinson was born on 1987, in the United States of America. His full name is Ryan Corey Robinson den Bok. According to his birth date, he is 35 years old and holds an American nationality. Moreover, he is the son of Ray Charles (father) and Mary Anne Den Bok (mother). His father, Ray was a legendary American singer, and music composer.

All total, he has nine siblings whose names are David Robinson, Ray Charles Robinson, Jr., Robert Robinson, Evelyn Robinson, Robyn Moffett, Raenee Robinson, Charles Wayne Hendricks, Reatha Butler, and Alexandra Bertrand. Besides this, there is no information regarding his zodiac sign, ethnicity, and early childhood life.

Ryan Corey Robinson den Bok

Caption: Ryan Corey Robinson with his family (Source: AfroTech)

Talking about his professional career, there is no any information regarding Ryan’s academic qualifications. Looking at him, he seems to be a well-educated man and might have completed his graduation from a well-known University nearby his hometown.

Professional career

Regarding his professional career, Ryan Corey Robinson has not yet disclosed his profession or job in public. On the other hand, he came to the limelight as the son of American singer, music composer, and talented pianist, Ray Charles.

Ray Charles

Ray Charles lost his sight at the young age of 7, yet he never used it as an excuse to limit his success. He developed his Braille reading, writing, and arranging skills in his early years. He also learned the trumpet, saxophone, clarinet, organ, piano, and organ. His music tastes ranged widely, including blues, gospel, and country. After moving to Seattle in 1947, he joined the “Maxin Trio” with Milton Garrett and G.D. McKee.

Ryan Corey Robinson den Bok

Caption: Ray Charles American singer (Source: The Famous People)

Raise of fame

The band released “Confession Blues” on the “Down Beat Records” label. The song later became famous as an R&B hit. In 1951, he signed a deal with “Down Beat Records,” now known as “Swing Time Records,” and released the popular song “Let Me Hold Your Hand.” The next year, he delivered another hit song called “Kissa Me Baby.”

In 1953, his performance of Guitar Slim’s “The Things That I Used to Do” went platinum in the blues category. Charles joined Atlantic Records in 1954 after he had successfully mixed blues and gospel influences.

Both “Hallelujah I Love You So” and “I’ve Got a Woman” became popular songs due to Ray’s characteristic raspy voice. In 1959, “What’d I Say” topped the rhythm and blues sales charts and became his first song to sell one million copies.

His rhythmic piano playing and band compositions revived jazz’s “funky” quality, but he also recorded in a variety of other musical genres. He broke into the pop market with the best-selling singles “Georgia on My Mind” (1960) and “Hit the Road, Jack” (1961).

His album Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (1962), as well as its hit “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” sold over a million copies. Other well-known popular songs include “Busted” (1963), “Crying Time” (1965), and “America the Beautiful” (1972). Following that, his work highlighted jazz standards as well as versions of pop and show tunes.

Other Works

With his big band and a gospel-inspired female support quartet known as the Raeletts, He began an extensive tour of the United States and other countries in 1955. In addition, he performed on television and contributed as a featured artist and soundtrack composer to movies including The Blues Brothers (1980) and Ballad in Blue (1964).

Later, in 1962, he established Tangerine, and in 1973, Crossover Records, two independent record companies. In 1978, he and David Ritz released their autobiography, Brother Ray: Ray Charles’ Own Story. Ray was the subject of the famous 2004 film ‘Ray,’ in which Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx portrayed him.

Awards

Ryan has not yet earned awards or recognition in his profession. On the other hand, his late father as a legendary singer has earned some of them in his musical career. This legendary singer has received The Kennedy Center Honors, a Star on the Walk of Fame, a Black Reel Award, an Image Award (NAACP), an SLFCA Award, and eleven Grammy Awards in his musical career.

Net Worth

This celebrity kid has not yet shared his net worth, income, and salary in public. Moreover, his late father as a singer earned a huge sum of money in his musical career. Ray Charles’s net worth was estimated at around $75 million at the time of his death.

Relationship Status

Talking about his personal life, Ryan has not shared any personal information and is a very secretive person when it comes to his personal life. Moreover, we can assume that Ryan is single and unmarried at moment. In addition, this celebrity kid is not a part of controversy nor got rumors at the moment.

Body measurement and Social media

This celebrity kid has brown eyes with black hair color. Other than this, the man has not shared his information regarding his other body measurements like height, weight, biceps, shoe size, dress size, and many more.

This celebrity kid is not active on social media such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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