Marc Rebillet

Brady Watt's career started around age 14, playing bass in various groups in the New England Punk Scene. But way before this he was a Hip-Hop head, growing up on Wu-Tang, A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr, etc. His musicality evolved at a very fast rate under the tutelage of a few mentors and as he discovered and assimilated new styles such as various world music, funk, fusion etc. He moved to New York where he really began mastering his craft by rocking with the big dogs playing with a who's who of legendary musicians and artists in the city and around the world. It didn't take long for him to rise the ranks of NY and become one of the most sought after session bass players and performers in the city. While carving his name into the scene as an A-List bass player Brady was soaking up knowledge from all the producers he was working with. His inclination was to keep it moving to the next level and start producing records on his own. His skills as a multiinstrumentalist and a finely tuned taste for drum production made this move only natural. In February of 2015 Watt released his star-studded album Lifetronics. This caught the attention of Hip-Hop architect DJ Premier who has since signed Brady to his label TTT. In February 2019 Brady launched his hit web series ‘Bass & Bars.’ Each week he teams up with a different legendary MC and does an improvised stripped down to the bassline performance. Guests include Bun B, Talib Kweli, Warren G, Xzibit, and many more. The videos have garnered worldwide attention and amassed upwards of 20 million views, swiftly pushing Brady to the forefront. Currently he is preparing his Sophomore LP, touring, and in constant collaboration with artists.


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