Bryan J makes his return to Singersroom with the brand new single, "Mos' High," featuring rapper Young Thug and Dancehall star Beenie Man. On the island-tinged groove, off his upcoming album, Proof, Bryan delivers silky and mesmerizing vocals while Thugga and Beenie contribute their raw flare. About the record, Bryan tells us, "The inspiration for this song was simple.. to [Read More]
R&B artist Bryan J has been fairly quiet since his cover of Drake's "Controlla" 7 months ago. Now, the Georgia-bred, Los Angeles-based singer returns with the smooth new single, "You..Tonight," which was produced by Sean Myer and sees him enhancing the cuffin' season by tributing a special woman.
Lately, Bryan J has been covering everything from Rihanna’s “Kiss It Better” to Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature” on “Why.” Now’s he’s on to cover the “Controlla” from Drake’s latest LP, Views. Like his previous covers, Bryan mellows out his version for a soothing, romantic serenade.
Last we heard from Bryan J was back in February when took a page from a Michael Jackson classic for his offering “Why.” Now’s he’s back with a new flip, this time on Rihanna’s latest single “Kiss It Better.”
Following his single “Back 2 Back” last summer featuring 2 Chainz, young crooner Bryan J has returned with a new simmering tune called “Why,” a take from the question Michael Jackson asks over and over in his 1984 classic “Human Nature.”
Bryan J has been pretty quiet since he blessed us with the club-banger "Caught Up," featuring Tyga back in 2013. Well, the R&B heartthrob is back with another gem in "Back 2 Back."
Epic Records signee Bryan J takes his promo record âCaught Upâ featuring Tyga, strips the banger, and makes it into an acoustic ballad.
Youngin' Bryan J delivers a banger in the form of "Caught Up," a new promotional record featuring Young Money rapper Tyga.
Youâll never think of a carousel the same after watching the visuals for new comer, Bryan Jâs "Werkin' It Off."
Signed to Tricky Stewart's RedZone Records, the tune is Bryan's first offering since leaving Def Jam and signing with Epic Records.