Rated Art, aka Marcus John Bryant, is a singer, songwriter and producer whose musical versatility and international success over the years make him a well-respected figure in the music industry. He has collaborated with artists such as John Legend, H.E.R., Ludacris and many others. His song “If You’re Out There,” was used as Obama’s campaign song and performed during the Democratic National Convention, also featured on hit shows “American Idol” and “Black-ish” and in global campaigns including NBA Cares. Currently, he is published by Sony Music and serves as a Governor on the Philadelphia Chapter Recording Academy board advocating for singers, songwriters and musicians across the music industry. He is the former Director/Community Engagement Manager and DEI officer of Settlement Music School in Philadelphia. Rated Art’s latest single “Listen”, a thought-provoking, socially conscious song, is available on all digital streaming platforms, and he is completing a much anticipated EP to be released. He is the founder and CEO of LOUD Series, a platform for motivation and radical change.
“I believe music should be experienced and open for interpretation. Being able to do what I love and express what I feel, is an exciting and vulnerable journey.” - Rated ART