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Born November 29 1988 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania at Magee Women's Hospital, Bryson James Gale (P.K.A. Jimmy B) grew and developed within an exceptionally musical and artistic family. Although in his early years he always had and interest in many varieties music it was not Only until he reached 9 years of age his old sibling Cory Lamar Gale (P.K.A. CLG) introduced hiphop giants at the time such as Jay-Z, Biggie Smalls, Puff Daddy and ect. that he begin his infatuation with the hiphop culture. Imediately he and his brother began recording, wrinting and producing their own orginal songs out of a makeshift home studio trying to perfect their unique sound. Bigger doors sooner opened up of the two inspired brothers, Cory was excepted as an apprentice by Emmai Alequiva at Yamomzhouse Studio's located in pittsburgh East Liberty area and at 19 years of age Bryson recieved a teen work postion at the Pittsburgh's Housing Authority's Main office building through wich he gained paid inturn position at the HACP's new Audio, Video and Dance studio located in Northview Hights Estates. There working along side co-worker Ryan Cassidy (P.K.A. Basick Sickness) Bryson and Ryan both were trained in basic and some advanced audio and video recording techiques procedure and editing methods. Working at this studio for a good solid two teaching the studio programs students and mentoring them as well in hiphop arts and styles. Soon collaborating with three of the promising music groups that developed out of the Creative Art Corner program (Young N' Thuggin, HoodStars and FTW) Bryson recorded the songs ("Get Ya Weight Up" and "Kawky All Day" ) with Young N' Thuggin, ("Dolla Bill" and Ryda also ft Basick Sickness) with HoodStars, ("Go Hater") with FTW and ("Future Sound") with co-worker Ryan Cassidy. In an attempt to break out of his musical shell even more so, Bryson now official taking of the stage name of Jimmy B began to do shows along with then group "The Company" (Including artist CLG, L.O.S., Nu, M. Dot and James Moore) all of the city at a couple high profile social spots such as "The Shdaow lounge" (In East Liberty), The HKAN Hooka Bar And Lounge Run By Basick Sickness (On the SouthSide Strip), "The Coffee Conection" (In Okland) Whovilles Bar (In southside's Carrick Area) and Ect. With a mixture of promoting and releasing his own original mixtapes ft group mates Keith Florence, S.K.I.T., GhostWriter and Matt-O ("New Appeal", Talk of The Town", and finally the awaited "Show Time" Compilation Album) and doing live show Jimmy B managed to break out and begin to flood the city of pittsburgh with his incredibly powerful music message and sound. Although currently remaining widely overlooked by major record labels and major club scenes, now at 20 years of age Jimmy B continues to press on recording his own first premiere music video "Who I Be" blowing local fans minds with the creative progress he had made in such a short period, then following it up with his smash hit "Get It Poppin" and following that with the documentary/Music Video of the Popular single, Jimmy B is responsible for influencing i whole city to make the most of their friday nights and get it poppin. This Musical Party Mogle pushes forward to flood the streets with his infamous voice and lyrics recently collaborating with street artists Yung Fetti Da Don, Trife Life Da Loc, King Dice, A-Riz and P-Money Jimmy B is attempting to reach entirely new audiences and expound on his most promising musical Avenue's.

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