The Essence of BryTiago

Brytiago has been on the rise for the past few years since his debut in 2016. Initially signed to Daddy Yankee’s Cartel Records, his platform was a solid one where he quickly made a name for himself. In the year 2018 with his smash hit “Asesina,” and other releases like “Bipolar” and “Verte Ir,” it was clear he was here to stay. 

Since then his network of collaborators along with his fans continues to grow year to year. During the summer of 2020, he released his acclaimed album ORGANICO to his fans and it included features from top tier talent like Wisin, Jhay Cortez, Rauw Alejandro, Darell, and plenty more.

Photography by Jonah Diaz.
Styling by Martha Luna.
Satin Pajamas by MCM.

Stating his love for music at the young age of seven or eight, he persevered constantly until the age of twelve, when he recorded his first song. The stars had seemed to align for him but his mom was hesitant about the life that a music career would entail. A few years at age 17, he built a home studio and officially began recording again. The dedication led to him landing a record deal with one of the biggest icons of Reggaeton, Daddy Yankee.

Through his debut, Brytiago was already featured in the Latin Trap movement with big names like Ozuna, Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee himself. The doors opened for his career to where it is now. Through that wave, he adapted a more sung approach to his music, while still maintaining that flow he had gained fame for. Fusing those styles is where he was been able to show his versatility as an artist. It also has allowed him a pave his distinguished lane where he can shine with his style.

Photography by Jonah Diaz.
Styling by Martha Luna.
Satin Pajamas by MCM.

Four years after his debut, he released his album ORGANIGO, a full body of work fans had been highly anticipated for quite some time. The tracks cover various genres and were mixed and inspired by reggaeton, dancehall, trap, and even drill. It was important for him to show that same versatility that had been the secret to his success. Working on it for a longer period of time, he feels content with the project He filtering down through the 30-35 recorded tracks, he laid out the final selection which included his and my favorite “Crush.” 

Despite limitations due to COVID-19, Brytiago still managed to release his project as close as intended with twelve companion music videos. Although it’s been an interesting year for many artists, he remains busy creating some more. ORGANICO’s follow up is not going to be in four years thankfully as he’s already working on his second album and plenty of other tracks that are being kept under wraps.

Photography by Jonah Diaz.
Styling by Martha Luna.
Jacket and Pants by Manhattan Knights.
Sneakers by RaQuelle Blake.
Sweater by HearWear Style.
Accessories by Rich Access.

 elevated to where it currently is. Citing collaborating with gratitude for being able to expand, grow and evolve artistically. Although many look for features and remixes with just business in mind, Brytiago is an honest artist, he approaches it organically where all parties genuinely connect and bring something unique to the table. It’s the formula that can even be the source of his success.

Brytiago’s love and passion for music are ever-present. His true energy is clear as day along with authenticity and remaining true to himself. He doesn’t want or has any other agenda other than to keep making music for his fans. The positive reception he continues to receive motivates and encourages him to keep doing what he loves. The more accomplished he becomes, the more humble he remains.

Denim Set @mcmworldwide 
Hoodie jacket and flip flops @mcmworldwide
Tee and socks  @boohoomanofficial 
Accessories by @richaccess 
Sunglasss @cleo_nicci
Photography by Jonah Diaz.
Styling by Martha Luna.
Denim Set by MCM.
Jacket Boohoo and Slides by MCM
Tee and socks by Boohoo MAN
Accessories by Rich Access
Sunglasses by Cleo Nicci

Latin Music Editor at Contrast Magazine.


Magazine made for you.


No posts were found for provided query parameters.