Bryka ready for the big times
Buju Banton's nephew, recording artiste Bryka, is ready to unleash his talent for the world to hear.
His latest single, I'll Be That Man, produced by Konsequence Muzik, is making noise on FM radio. The song is on the Life to Live rhythm.
"My interest in music developed from an early age from when I was in the choir at Beulah Missionary Church of God in Golden Spring. That's where I developed my talent because I always loved singing. It was after my grandmother died that I decided to do music professionally," Bryka explained.
The first producer he worked with was his cousin Markus Myrie, son of Banton.
Born Daniel Anthony Rose, the 23-year-old is originally from a community called Iron River in Golden Spring, St Andrew. He has his sights set on one day winning a Grammy just like Banton.
"I am putting in the hard work and hoping to reap the benefits later," he said.
Bryka reflected on his musical journey. "It has been hard, stressful, and unpredictable, but I continue to use those obstacles as motivation. I don't regret the struggles because they have helped to mould me into the man I am today," he said.