Born Bryan Patino, this Queens native and music industry contributor made it extremely to connect the dots on supporting his brand by utilizing his name professionally. A recording artist as well as audio engineer, Patino is well respected by his peers and tastemakers alike around the Big Apple. Perfecting his craft under the radar for roughly 7 years, Patino has turned on his seize the moment approach for the new calendar year. The pride of East Elmhurst, who has recently released his rendition of Travis Scott and Drake’s Sicko Mode, has no end in sight as he works his way into the conversation as the most promising performer in his city. His collaborations with Special-T, Miss Mar, Senpai, J-Starr The Prince, Rick The Raw, Elisha Ward, and Tyrone Davis are only a sample of what is in store this 1st quarter and beyond.
“My ultimate goal is to be globally recognized as a young Hispanic man who is genuine and real, loves to make great music, and ultimately create a new movement for the city.”
Crediting his sister with his introduction to Hip Hop. Patino has studied various legends (Jay Z, Dre, Mobb Deep, and Eminem) and is now ready to work on his own legacy. His influences lead right on up to current superstars such as Wayne and Drake. Patino is a Hip Hop head to the core. A poet as well, who has releases that date back to 2010 incorporating spoken word before transitioning to BARS!
Once I heard “Say what’s Real” by Drake, I started to freestyle after my homie pulled the beat up and it was history ever since.”
Countless hours in the studio, and networking for a living, he has arrived. “For the culture. I want to be recognized as one of the greats to ever do it, in his own way.”