Ryn Weaver Didn't Become The Next Big Thing Overnight

November 14, 2014 3:51 PM

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Ryn Weaver Didn't Become The Next Big Thing Overnight

Ryn Weaver was balled up on a bed in the corner of mega-producer Benny Blanco's Chelsea apartment-studio in New York City. She couldn't keep her fingers out of her long hair and Blanco's 10-week-old French Bulldog, Larry, humped her leg. "I'm a weird creature," she said, rubbing Larry's back, "but he's a gargoyle."

Blanco's sprawling high-rise apartment hosts a revolving door of artists, two dogs and three recording studios. It's a Benny Blanco-branded hostel with rainbow rugs, mini pianos and dozens of shoes (Blanco asks his guests to leave footwear the hall). It's where Weaver conducted her first ever in-per...

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