Early in life, family and friends could tell that D Bright had a future in music. He began making songs on his first Casio keyboard at age four. By six he began to excel with his first instrument, the violin. By age nine, he played the alto saxophone, which was his instrument of choice until age 15. During his senior year in high school, D Bright enrolled in a music class that taught students to perform on Yamaha, Korg, and Roland keyboards.
In 1997, D Bright received a full athletic scholarship from the University of Oklahoma. In college, D Bright achieved successes in music, athletics, and academics. In 1999, he enrolled in piano I and II to better his musical repertoire. In 2000, He was a member of the University of Oklahoma’s national championship football team.
After an injury ended his sports career, D Bright found employment and attended graduate school. In 2002, D Bright produced SydeWayz Productions’ first album, The Syde Vol I. The album was an underground success, and helped form a strong fan base. D Bright then released SouthWess Protocol (2004), and InSyde the Game: Grind and Hustle (2006). The Grind and Hustle album was an internet success. Survive & Advance (2009) received internet radio play throughout the United States, and has sold well with a growing global fan base. D Bright’s fifth studio album, International Business, is his best work to date.
D Bright produces, arranges, and writes for SydeWayz Productions, LLC. His music is eclectic, blending various music genres of the world such as hip-hop, jazz, reggae, new age, and blues. His lyrical content covers a wide range of topics, from his experiences in the business world to fatherhood. D Bright’s lmusic is influenced by such artists as Scarface, Muddy Waters, Third World, UGK, Jerry Butler, and the GAP Band.
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