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Marc E. Bassy is the contemporary R&B and rap alias of Marc Griffin. The singer and songwriter was previously a member of 2AM Club, a band that released an album in 2010 on the RCA label and split a few years later. Compromised creatively by his time in the band, Griffin approached the next phase of his career in an informal, less measured fashioned. He adopted Marc E. Bassy as his performing name -- Count Bassy was a moniker of Alex Rau, an associate -- and uploaded tracks to his SoundCloud page. In 2014, he released the single "Relapse" (featuring Iamsu!) and the mixtape Only the Poets through EO Entertainment. Signed to Universal Music Group division Republic, he issued an EP, East Hollywood, in 2015. The nine-track release featured appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, G-Eazy, Bobby Brackins, and P-Lo.
Andrew Bazzi, known mononymously as Bazzi, is an American singer-songwriter. His song "Mine", released in October 2017, gained popularity in early 2018 when it became an Internet meme through the use of a Snapchat lens filter featuring the song. It peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and appeared on several international charts. He released his debut studio album, Cosmic, in 2018. His surname Bazzi is a common southern Lebanese surname.
Brian Puspos is a world-famous American choreographer & recording artist from Houston, Texas. He was a member of SoReal Cru, who were declared runners up in Season 2 of the America's Best Dance Crew championship in 2008. Later, in season 7 of ABDC, Puspos performed with Most Wanted Crew in 2012. In 2012 and 2014, he received the Male Choreographer of the Year title by World of Dance.