If you are an avid hip hop music fan, you should not miss out on listening to Bryan King’s work. Bryan King is one of the most prominent new Hip Hop artists in the world and is slowly taking the world by storm with his innovative music. He is not just a Hip Hop artist, but, he also produces music. He is a student and has achieved enormous success at a very young age. He currently resides in Malibu, California but his career took off first when he was studying abroad in Shanghai.
In between 2010 and 2011, while studying abroad in Shanghai, his talent was recognized and Bryan King was signed by Black Box Records. This was highly prestigious accomplishment as Black Box Records was the first hip-hop record label out of China. Thus, Bryan King became a pioneer of sorts. But, unfortunately, after shooting two music videos for MTV Asia in Singapore and recording half of an album, the deal ended due to contractual complications. Yet, King found huge recognition as a Hip Hop artist in China and Singapore and his music videos became very popular. King is fluent in Chinese and is just 21 yrs old. One of the videos King shot in Singapore featured Stumik of Raekwon’s Icewater label. The song, called ‘Overseas’, also featured a French rapper named ‘Proff’.’ He has been rapping for about 6 years in all now, and has been producing music for about 4 years. King’s exemplary success at such a young age is an inspiration for many.
King has had some excellent collaborations with other artists. After coming back to America in 2011, Bryan King was introduced to rapper & producer Scottie Spits. Spits was based out of Las Vegas. King spent about 6 months experimenting at Spits’ studio in an attempt to find his sound. During this period, he recorded about 30 songs at this studio, with several produced by and featuring him. He has worked with several prominent artists throughout his career, most recently, an hip hop artist on Pitbull’s label named Jamie Drastik. King is soon to collaborate with many other prominent figures in the music scene of USA.
In late 2009, he worked with Public Enemy’s Professor Griff. Before the meeting, a mutual friend mentioned to Griff that Bryan King was an up and coming hip hop artist and Griff sent him some of his productions. King wrote some tracks and went into his home studio to record. They collaborated and had planned on completing a project together but his basement unfortunately blew up from what was expected to be a pipe leak, and the project was discontinued. This project is all set to resume soon and is being eagerly awaited by the fans of both artists. King’s music is fresh and packs a solid punch. It stands out from the rest of the hip hop projects and is a whole new kind of sound. Some of his most popular new tracks are Hello, Monster free download Animacide, Party Life, X-Plode, Comin’ With Me, etc. You should definitely check these out.