R&B, Soul, Pop
Hometown: Monrovia, Liberia
Bryan Doe was born and raised in Liberia, West Africa. Influenced musically by his father, a preacher with a passion for music, Bryan began his music journey involved in church and choir. A civil war broke out in Liberia which forced Bryan and his family to flee to Ghana for safety. After moving to Ghana ,at the age of 13, Bryan began rewriting the words of traditional gospel songs in Ghanaian dialects of which he did not understand. This sparked his interest in songwriting. At 16, Bryan, with a few friends that shared his love for music, formed the gospel acapella group, Boys for Christ. As a part of the group, he was able to develop his skill and gain experience singing. He proceeded to write and perform numerous gospel songs to melodies he heard that inspired him, and eventually began writing secular music after experiencing a connection with artists like Craig David, Bebe Winans, R. Kelly, and Akon. He has since developed his own style, music deeply rooted in R&B and Soul. He prefers to write songs easily relatable to everyday life.
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