A prolific producer & songwriter, soulful vocalist, musician and composer/arranger, Mitch Lance had music flowing through his veins the moment he entered this world. Son of legendary songwriter Bobby Lance, who co-wrote Aretha Franklin’s platinum hit "The House That Jack Built," music was the first thing that ever entered Mitch's ears while growing up in Tarrytown, New York. By age 9, Mitch had learned how to play the piano, clarinet, and saxophone. Soon after, he took his first steps into the world of songwriting. Using his father’s old recording equipment, Mitch learned the process of recording demos and producing his own music. By high school, Mitch was deep into the art of music production and beat making. After studying writing and production at Berklee College of Music, Mitch began his career, writing and producing for indie pop and hip/hop artists. In the summer of 2018, Mitch released his first singles under his own name. His music video for “Play a Fool (Sophia’s Song) has garnered over 100,000 views.