PHILADELPHIA, USA // Marcus ‘Rated Art’ Bryant, is a well-respected figure in the music industry with over a decade of experience writing, producing, and directing across multiple genres. He collaborates with renowned artists such as John Legend, H.E.R., Ludacris, and Diddy. His songs have been featured on popular shows like "American Idol" and "Black-ish," and in global campaigns like NBA Cares. Marcus' music was performed during the Democratic National Convention when used as President Obama's campaign anthem. He is signed with Sony Music Publishing, a voting member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs, and the Vice President of the Philadelphia Chapter. Marcus' contributions as the former Director/Community Engagement Manager and D.E.I. officer of Settlement Music School have been instrumental in navigating periods of racial unrest and shaping their Community Partnerships and Programming. As the founder and CEO of LOUD Series, Marcus utilizes its platform as a catalyst for motivation and radical change, participating in various related efforts on a global scale. He is dedicated to using music as a means to inspire and drive positive transformation. Currently, Rated Art is finalizing his debut EP, as a follow up to his singles "Listen" and "Elevation", now available. You can also hear his sound on various collaborations, including "Rush" featuring H.E.R from Stokley's "Sankofa" album, AAries' singles "Better Days" and "Meant," and AJ Evans' tracks "You're My Desire" and "I Can't Breathe" from the 2023 Stellar Award nominated project "Not 2 Young." All of this music, and more, can be found on major digital streaming platforms.