Life After Deportation
BERNE's arrival to Hip-Hop stage, effectively embodies the sweeping craze combining rap and reggae music. This collaboration has captured the attention of hip-hop as well as pop music aficionados world wide. Berne notes that he was musically influenced by pop icons Bob Marley, Tupac, and Stevie Wonder. The billboard chart has been overwhelmingly supportive of hip hop recording artists who incorporate distinctive street elements with world music influences. Listeners will soon find Berne deserving of the same pop prominence that has thrust artists such as Sean Paul and Beenie Man to the forefront of the current music market. Belizean born Berne has gained continued notoriety from his many live performance experiences. A geographically versatile upbringing afforded Berne the opportunity to perform with several Reggae and Dancehall greats, including Beenie Man, Seal Paul, and Shaggy. The most prominent accomplishment of Berne's musical career was the completion of his solo debut recording project entitled LIFE AFTER DEPORTATION. Life After Deportation features musical contributions from artists including Sinful (Tha Mexikanz), K-dee, Bad Azz (The Dogg Pound), Funkdoobiest, and Legacy. Life After Deportation, while incorporating numerous musical flavors, is a consistently strong album for the most critical underground and radio driven streets of hip-hop America. It is certainly the time for listener's to experience Berne's Life After Deportation. Currently Berne is a highly sought after fashion model. His 6'3' frame and more than adequate build has left New York Speed fashion show audiences breathless. A major player in music, television, film, and the live stage, Berne plans on impacting the market like very few entertainers before him have been able to. Berne gives listening and viewing audiences alike the continued opportunity to support his many endeavors within this vast entertainment industry.