Ryne Pineda is a young singer/songwriter and most of all a talented music producer from the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. No words can describe the magic of creativity that comes out of this 19 yr old prodigy. Coming from a family with a music background, many would say that music is in his blood and very passionate about his craft. Ryne would always say his dad is his biggest influence (who also was a singer in the late 1980's). As a child, Ryne remembers watching his dad sing at local gigs at night clubs around the city of Chicago. For several years, his dad did this for a living entertaining people, and it really opened up Ryne's eyes to the world of music. Ryne loved watching his father performed singing old classics from Frank Sinatra, the Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, and the Beatles just to name a few. Therefore, Ryne was no stranger to music. Ryne started singing at a very young age and as child he was looked to be an energetic kid. You would always find Ryne singing a Michael Jackson song and imitating his signiture moves. No doubt, Ryne had a music side in him. In fact, in the summer of 2001, Ryne formed a singing and dancing group with a couple friends that performed for a several summer fests including the Bloomindale Fest, Addison Fest, and the Glendale Heights Fest. Ryne explained that he loved the experienced. However, like most singing groups they went their separate ways, but for Ryne, he had no ambition in giving up music. At 13, Ryne began writing his own lyrics and music producing, not really a normal activity for 13 yr old boy, but he deeply fell in love with the creation of music. Today, he has help established an entertainment company called DreamTeam Entertainment with two of his loyal partners Charles Atkins jr. and Keenon Gaines. Recently, Ryne is in the studio heavily working on his first untitled-CD and expect that to be out very soon. Many would agree that Ryne is a very hard worker, especially at his craft. He has a great sound in his vocals production as well. Unhappy with mainstream radio lately, he is confident that he can help bring back what music is missing with his own creativity.