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Bryson Bernard, 10 October 1979, Lafayette, Louisiana, USA. This contemporary R&B singer enjoyed a number of minor hit singles during the early 00s while plying his trade as a session vocalist. Music had provided the impetus for the young Bernards life, with a potential career in track and field abandoned at an early stage to pursue singing. He gained his loved-up recording moniker from one of his favourite cover versions, 112s late 90s hit Cupid. He made his recording debut in 2001 with a self-released album that included the local hit Do Ya Thing. Both Cupid and the independent 2005 follow-up, The King Of Down South R&B, were popular on the southern R&B market, although the singers impressive vocal range found him tackling a wide variety of genres, including blues and dance rap. He also worked extensively as a studio session vocalist with blues and rap artists.
After several years spent...