Fabo Bryan talks about the ‘struggles’ | Entertainment
Dancehall artiste Fabo Bryan is basking in the success of his recently released single ‘ Struggles’, a song which he did mainly to highlight the plight of the poor.
Released a few weeks ago on all online download platforms, the song was produced by his own label, Fabo Bryan Music.
Fabo Bryan honed his skills writing relentlessly for years while clocking long hours in the studio.
“People are listening to my music and I’m grateful. I just need to promote so that my music can reach the wider mass. People who listen to them (his songs) say they can relate to my music and that they’re loving the energy so far. So my fan base is definitely growing,” said the artiste, whose given name is Cleus Bryan.
Struggles is already creating a buzz on FM radio across the Caribbean and the artiste is quite upbeat about its progress.
“I’ve been getting some really good feedback on this song. Everybody has been telling me that they love the song and it has been getting crazy love,” he said.
Born in St Thomas, Fabo Bryan grew up in the Pear Tree River district. He left at age seven to live in Trelawny, where he was raised and later discovered his talent.
“I believe in positive, uplifting music that people can relate to in everyday life. I am inspired by the struggles people face,” he said. Fabo Bryan is now compiling songs for a five-song EP titled Action, which is produced by Skytop Music.