Drew Ryan Scott
Biographical Information
Gender: Male
Nationality: American
Hometown: Lafayette, Louisiana
Occupation(s): Singer, songwriter, producer
Genre(s): Pop, dance
Affiliation(s): Varsity Fanclub
Years active: 2006-present
Official Twitter: @drewryanscott
Writer: We Right Here
Our Generation
Singer: We Right Here
Make Your Mark

Drew Ryan Scott is an American singer, songwriter, producer, vocal producer, and member of the American boyband called Varsity Fanclub. He performs two songs featured in Shake It Up episodes and on the Shake It Up albums, Make Your Mark (Shake It Up: Live 2 Dance) and We Right Here (Shake It Up: Break It Down).


Drew Ryan Scott started singing at when he was 5. He attended the performing arts high school, Las Vegas Academy, and was a member of the school's pop choir. His music group were the winners of MTV's "Say What? Karaoke" reality tv-show. Drew has been a member of the boyband, "Varsity Fanclub", since 2006. Drew started his songwriting career by writing songs for "Varsity Fanclub" and now writes for SS501, SHINee, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls Generation (SNSD), Taeyang, Brian Joo, Seo in Guk, Son Dam Bi, Arashi, Hannah Montana, Selena Gomez, Willow Smith, Jedward, Girlicious, Charice, Jonas Brothers, Blake Lewis, and Joey McIntyre among others. He has been credited as background vocals for Lemonade Mouth, Glee and sang almost all the songs for the Disney Channel Original Movie, StarStruck.


  • He was a figure skater when he was younger.
  • He doesn’t drink soda and opts for Ice Tea most of the time.
  • He is a big fan of Panera Bread.
  • He loves cheese, especially sharp cheddar.
  • Horror flicks are Drew’s favorite movie genre.
  • Drew’s father is an Elvis impersonator.
  • Drew sang most of the vocals for the "Starstruck" movie on Disney.
  • The first song Drew ever sang was Michael Jackson’s "Ben".
  • Drew sings background vocals & lead demos for Glee.
  • When Drew was in middle school, he would sing while standing on tables in the cafeteria.
  • Drew has acted and sang on roller skates in the musical version of Batman and Robin.
  • Drew is afraid of heights.

Shake It Up Discography

Song title Year Artist Album Time Notes
We Right Here 2011 Drew Ryan Scott Shake It Up: Break It Down 2:40

Varsity Fanclub performed this song, but only Drew was credited.

Our Generation 2011 Sibel Redzep Shake It Up: Break It Down 4:15 Co-writer.
Make Your Mark 2011 Drew Ryan Scott Shake It Up: Live 2 Dance 3:37 Drew co-wrote both of the songs he sings on Shake It Up.

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