At the age of 17, Bryan launched his first event production LLC and had already built a solid reputation as a DJ in New Orleans. A few years later, Hurrican Katrina devestated his hometown and while working as a merchant mariner, saved every penny he made to invest in his music career. In 2010, Bryan took an offshoot in his career path as creative director for Sneaker Politics and their flagship store. While secretly writing and producing beats under the name “Kid Kamillion”, he gained the attention and work relationship with artists Childish Gambino, G-Eazy and A-Trak. After remixing one of A-Trak’s songs “Heads Will Roll”, his work became a viral success overnight. The remix was played at every major festival for the next 5 years and hit #1 on the Hype Machine charts. After finishing his Japan tour in 2016 with fashion label Stussy, Bryan moved back to New Orleans and reconnected with longtime friend Chef Craig Walker and recorded music at his home for the next 2 years. One day while DJing in Craig Walker’s kitchen, Bryan met actor & entrepreneur Roger Wilson and was asked to produce the lounge and music programing for 7908 in Aspen, CO.