We present to you an artist from Jamaica and his new single Can't Cut We Vibes

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Bryan Joseph Grant was born in Murray Mount, a rural community in the Parish of Saint Ann, Jamaica, a few miles away from Nine Mile, where Reggae legend Bob Marley was born. Bryan, the youngest of 12 children, comes from a home where most of his family members were musically inclined.his first steps in music came from his mother who taught him how to play the guitar, but his love for making music came from his older brother Ray, a musician and singer who had several recordings. Bryan left Murray Mount in the late 1980s and moved to Kingston, Jamaica and in the mid `1990's attends The Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts. While attending the College, he is discovered and recruited by George Miller (Fyah George), band leader of the Firehouse Crew. He is asked to join the band as lead guitarist, providing musical support for artists like Luciano, Sizzla and Mikey General. Later he became the co-founder and band leader of Grass Roots Band, which supported and toured with Reggae artist Bushman and also filled in occasionally as a guitarist on tours with Black Uhuru.

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He released his first album intitled "20Ten" in 2010 and three years later the next one named "Bryan Art". Besides that, he has also two EP's and recorded several singles on 45" vinyl records in 2001 until 2009 under the name Brah Yhan and Brahyhan Art. After 2009 he changed his stage name to Bryan Art, released his first album and focused more on digital distribution. His most notable releases are "Rock And Come In" and "Get It" and most of his music is a fusion of reggae, roots, dancehall, lovers rock and other music genres. 

He was also named Best New Artist in the year 2002 by Television Jamaica's Entertainment Report television show. Today Bryan Art is a songwriter, producer, musician, guitarist and his face can also be seen in a movie.

Not long ago Bryan Art released his new single. "Can't Cut Wi Vibes" has just hit the streets, and it's success has been immediate. In the face of "diminishing standards", and other social challenges affecting the local entertainment industry, Jamaicans and people in general, "Can't Cut Wi Vibes" by Bryan Art seems to be the new song of cheer and hope. The G-Block production team, a subsidiary of Gumption Global, has changed the script and infused an exotic Pop, Reggae, World Beat sound that has rocketed into heavy rotation on Jamaican radio stations. "Can't Cut We Vibes" is the first single on this new label and will feature on the upcoming Bryan Art EP that should be released early in 2018.

"This is a new Jamaican anthem", says Rolando "Phanso" Wilson of G-Block Records.

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