Derryck Lawrence

Derryck Lawrence


Have you have been craving something sweet for your ears? Well Look no further, meet Concept Recording Artist Derryck Lawrence (AKA) Ear Candy, Who is a gifted vocalist who has the un-canning ability in he never lets his audience down. Mr. Lawrence -is a definite crowd pleaser -BillBoard Magz.-


BORN in Indianapolis Indiana, birth name, Derryck Lawrence Weeden. Derryck grew up singing gospel with the Weeden Family Singers and toured the east coast at the early age of eight.

Derryck is a soulful vocalist who over the years has been refining and mastering his musical craft, which allows him to reach every conceivable audience. He has been performing his “If Only for One Night” show, which is a tribute to Luther Vandross, who Derryck considers to be “the premier male vocalist of all time.” Although this show has been touring over the last four years, it seems that due to the tragedy Luther has suffered, this year’s tour should be of the highest regards.

Derryck’s first opportunity to front, an R&B group was with The Triphonic Show in the late 70’s. It was while he was with the Triphonic Show that he was seen performing by Pebbles at the Jack the Rapper Convention, this led Derryck into the position of being chosen to become one of her backup singers while she toured in the 80’s. It was while touring with Pebbles that he recorded his first demo album that was presented to Jesse Saunders, Vice President at Uni-Label, and then owned by MCA Records. Jesse was so impressed with Derryck that he compared his voice to that of the very talented Luther Vandross.

Derryck has worked with several talented musicians and producers over the years and one of the greatest compliments came from long time friend and producer Tony Gonzales. Tony made the comment that “working with Derryck Lawrence is like having the silky smooth vocals of Luther Vandross, the spirituality of Bob Marley and the soulful sounds of Eryka Badu all in one!” Derryck has an indescribable talent, which cannot be explained in words, you simply must hear his voice to know the extent of his creativity and ability to mesmerize an audience.


Single released: (InSide You) 1996
Single released: w/ Radio Airplay 2003 (Keep me coming)

Set List

Origional Play List:

Keep Me Coming
Inside You
Really Real
First Time
The Way Love Gose
Special Love
The Pratice

Cover List: (Luther Vandross)

Here and Now
Always and Forever
Secret Love
Dont You Know That
Can I Take You Out Tonight
A House Is Not A Home
Dance With My Father Again
Think About you
The Glow Of Love
Never Too Much
So Amazing
Better Days/ Feat. Busta Rhymes

Barry White Play List:

Your My First, My Last, My Everything
Cant Get Enough Of Your Love Baby
Come On
I'm Gonna Love Just A little Babe
Never Never Gonna Give you up
Practice What You Preach

Top 40 Play List:

It Wasn't Me (Shaggy)
Anything ( Carl Thomas)
She Is ( Carl Thomas)
Summer Rain (Carl Thomas)
Aint No Sunshine (Reggae Remix)
Smooth (Santana)
Maria Maria (Santana)
Put Your Lights On (Santana)
Wishing It Was(Santana)
So Sexy (Twista/Feat. R. Kelly
loving me (Nelly)
love you better( LL Cool J)
Pawn Shop (Sublime)
Low Rider(War)
Sysco Kid(War)