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Lafayette, Louisiana’s Cupid has built up a fantastic reputation as a singer and songwriter in the R&B world since 2000, including having a Guinness World record to his name for the largest line dance assembled with 17,000 people in Atlanta.
Born Bryson Bernard, Cupid’s love music began when he started to sing in a church choir, due to the influence from his father who was a pastor. He landed an athletic scholarship in track and field to go to the University of Louisiana, however, he found himself leaving the team to create a singing ensemble that went by the name, Fasho, but would later become Fifth Element. Unfortunately, Fifth Element disbanded and Bernard started to embark on a solo career, singing at talent shows, and weddings. He started to be known as ‘Cupid’ due to a cover of Sam Cooke’s hit single, ‘Cupid’ that he would do at shows.
2001 saw Cupid land his first airplay with his debut single “Do Ya Thang”, which was self released and self promoted. It was later released on a full-length studio album in 2002 through ASAR Entertainment. The following album, “The King of Down South R&B” was released on July 26th 2005. Following a couple of national tours after the release of that album, Cupid began to record his third album, fortunately, just before he released the album, he signed to Atlantic Records. His third album was called “Time for Change” and he led with the single “Cupid Shuffle” which peaked at number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100. Since the song was released, it has been certified double Platinum.
His music has made it to the soundtrack of the movie, Step Up 2: The Streets, Nancy Drew and P.S. I Love You.