The Art of Reggae Music.

Reggae artiste, Bryan Art
Reggae artiste, Bryan Art

Bryan Art represents the evolution of the reggae music brand. He has successfully merged roots reggae, with the energy of the dancehall and formulated a sound and feel that resonates quite differently from the rest, without losing its roots, rhythm and vibration. His breakout hit-”Rock and Come in” was instrumental in launching his career.

Bryan Art is not just a singer, he is an accomplished reggae musician, producer and band leader who has paid his dues for many years behind the scenes working as a guitarist in the “Fire House Crew”- {Luciano\ Sizzla}; Black Uhuru; and as Bandleader\ Guitarist, Grass Roots Band – Bushman. 

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His sound is fresh and engaging, his lyrical compositions represent the tradition of reggae music, Peace, Love, Unity and Struggle, blended with a youthful energy that brings memories of Rocksteady and Ska to the fore. 

The Artistry he brings to live performances is captivating and will leave fans yearning for more. It’s an awesome blend of lyrical, spiritual and musical competency, packaged expertly and complemented by a cadre of seasoned reggae musicians who are in unison with the artist and revel in the artistry.

Bryan Art (Bryan Grant); born in Saint Ann, Jamaica. Began his solo career in 2001, his first single “Soon Come Back” attracted a lot of attention which resulted in much interest from industry insiders. In 2002 he was named best new Artist by Entertainment Report (Jamaica and Television Jamaica (TVJ) following his signing with Chris Smith Management, which also manages Nelly Furtado and Tamia at the time. The association provided the Artist with the knowledge and determination to take his craft to to another level. Focusing on songwriting, Bryan Art penned songs for Luciano, Etana, Bushman, George Nooks, and others.

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