Halifax, Nova Scotia native Ryan Hemsworth has a gift of producing a blend of electronic and hip hop music, and creating it into his own ambient creation accompanied with a sincere melancholy tone. Hemsworth released his debut LP, Guilt Trips, which quickly grew as a favorite album of last year. As a gift in celebration of New Years’ Eve, Hemsworth shared RYANPACKv.1, a collection of previous unreleased reworkings of Beyoncé, Disclosure, Danny Brown, R. Kelly, Lorde, Future, and more. Always so genuine and kind to those that listen to his music, Ryan Hemsworth’s collection may be downloaded for free accompanied with handmade artwork.

Enjoy the track list and the zip below.


i played like 200 shows this year. if you came out… wow. if you stayed at home and listened to my music… wow. if you’ve supported me in any way this year, i thank you and i owe you. here’s an offering.

download: http://bit.ly/ryan_mia


Beyonce – Mine (Notwist N Shout Version)
Que – O.G. Bobby Johnson (Game Boy Advance Version)
Lorde – Ribs (Let’s Have A Sleepover Version)
Future – Honest (Post-Rock Tears Version)
Disclosure – F For You (Rejeeected Version)
Mr. MFN eXquire – Illest Niggaz Breathin’ (Pamyu Pamyu Version)
Hachioji-P – フカヨミ (Hatsune Heater Version)
Danny Brown – Kush Coma (Kawaii Yoshino Yoshikawa Version)
Chief Keef – Citgo (Hisaishi-fied Version)
R. Kelly – Real Talk (La Valse D’Kellz Version)

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