Ray Angry is a pianist, producer, musical director who and one of the most in demand artists today.
With a deftness and keen sensibility, Angry artfully combines skill and style in a way that is both highly adept and boldly breaks new ground. he has been highly sought after by and collaborated with wellrespected artists such as Meshell Ndegeocello, Ahmir Thompson (?uestLove), Queen Latifah, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Dianne Reeves, Talib Kweli, Meshell Ndegeocello, Terri Lyne Carrington, D'Angelo, Wynton Marsalis, Dr. Raymond Jackson, and Roy Hargrove.
Angry began his recording career by appearing on Joss Stone’s album Mind, Body & Soul. Since then, he has recorded with Mick Jagger, Talib Kweli, Lauryn Hill, Marsha Ambrosius, Rick Ross, P. Diddy Combs, Esperanza Spalding and more. Ray Angry performs live regularly in New York and can often be found on tour internationally. He has continued to perform with a staggering number of leading artists such as Sting, John Legend, Jeff Beck, QTip, George Benson, Jennifer Hudson, Macy Gray, and Trey Songz.
A man who knows no limits when it comes to music, Ray Angry has lent his formidable skills as a composer in both TV and film. His compositions have been heard in the film scores for Queen Latifah’s TV Show Single Ladies on VH-1 and movies Cookout II and City Lax. Angry also frequently appears with and composes for The Roots on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. After recently completing a successful tour with Lauryn Hill, this summer Angry releases his latest highly anticipated project, “Celebration of Life Suite,” on the Revive/Blue Note label’s debut album Supreme Sonacy, Vol 1 featuring standout singer/songwriters Kendra Foster of D'Angelo & The Vanguard and Nadia Washington.
As one of the most exciting artists out today,
with even more remarkable projects to come, Angry has become the one to watch with his chameleon like adaptability and innovation truly worthy of his stellar reputation in the industry and among fans. Angry has his finger well on the pulse of music today, and with a touch that’s undeniably golden, it is easy to see – and even easier to hear – why the moniker Mr. Goldfinger is well earned.