BRYVN's Rookie Year Generated Over 20+ Placements


While his professional work is a very important aspect of his life, his marriage and family are also very important to him. Although commonly identified as non-traditional for a young musician, his family and life away from Los Angeles is something that he takes great pride in and attributes to a lot of his musical success.

His early collaborations with G.Ry and OG Parker put him in a position to not just amass a slew of production credits, however he's been notching writing credits as well. Recent notable production cuts include "Moon Man" by Young Thug, Kid Cudi, & Strick on the Billboard # 1 Album Slime Language 2, Polo G and Nicki Minaj's "For the Love of New York" has been on the Billboard #1 Album Hall of Fame, with additional composition credits, and "Way Bigger" by Don Toliver, which appears on Don's latest album Life of a DON and also has composition credits. In between these significant achievements, he's been busy creating with Chase B of Cactus Jack for his rumored album "Escapism". 

The multi-faceted producer from Sacramento, BRYVN's rookie year generated over 20+ placements, including Juice WRLD, Trippie Redd, Sheck Wes, Young Thug, 6LACK, Hit-Boy and many more. Culminating in a publishing deal with Warner-Chappell and Grammy nominations for his work with Myke Towers, BRYVN's skill set spans all genres and a multitude of instruments.


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