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"Caribbean Culture"

KD3, above, performs for the crowd Sunday during the final day of the Caribbean/American Festival at Palm Bay Regional Park.

Photo by Craig Bailey, Florida Today - Florida Today


Dave Bryan said he was on his way to fame and fortune but gave it all up for a higher pur¬pose. Bryan was working as a certified Pilates instructor out in California where he had several cele¬brity clients includ¬ing a well-known record producer.

The rapper, who uses the stage name " "KD3 or King David led by the three", said he walked away
from a pos~ible recording contract because the music was not going in the direction he intended. "One album for Satan is one too many. I wanted to be a positive influence (on people)," said Bryan.

The deeply religious artist wanted to share a message of faith and hope with the younger generation
so made the transition from secular.
lyrics to a rap style that was more spiritual in tone. His goal is to bring positive messages to his listeners with his Gospel-Hip-Hop rap genre. "I believe that what you hear develops in your heart and what's in your heart is what comes out of you," he said.

The artist now travels around the country performing with dancers, backup singers, rappers, and a band he has put together. Bryan lives in Palm Bay with his wife of eleven years, Nadine and his two children, Rahmell and Jasmine. He attends the Truth Revealed Mini¬stries as a member of the Praise Team and has spent time ministering.

Producing is also on the horizon for Bryan. He has just completed his first album entitled "Giant¬Slayer" which he produced through his company JazRah Records, Inc. The scheduled release date for the
record is Friday, March 25 and can be purchased at www.cdbaby.com. Bryan is performing at with his tal¬ented entourage from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the same day to celebrate the album's release at the Palm Bay Community Center.

The Palm Bay Community Center is located at 1502 Port Malabar Blvd N.E. Call the center at 321-952-3443. For more information on KD3, the upcoming show or to book a performance, call 321-243-3609. You can also visit his website at www.kd3music3.com.



KD3's album "Giant Slayer" is hot, hot, hot. This is the first album he has put out, with talks of "Giant Slayer" being the first single to release. Radio stations are now catching wind of this hot new Artist, and are starting to get more and more requests for KD3. His album will no doubt be in stores soon.



Holy Rap artist, with a full stage production of band members, dancers, singers, and back up rappers, King David, is quickly gaining ground.

Better known as KD3, King David has ministered amoungst numerous major artists, including Gospel favorites Fred Hammond, and Mary-Mary. His sound is unique and clear, and his message is of hope and perserverance in the midst of your storm, or in the face of your GIANT. In fact, KD3, which is short for King David, led by the 3rd person of the Holy Trinity, God the Holy Ghost; has titled his first album "Giant Slayer" for that very reason.

He was born in Jamaica, raised in Maryland, and is currently residing in Florida, where he serves as Youth Pastor of DaCity Youth Church of Truth Revealed Minsitries, under the leadership of Senior Pastor Merton L. Clark. KD3 has ministered, and is willing to minister, in just about whatever setting you can imagine; from Prisons, to the streets, Churches, Parks, Rec centers, etc. He has ministered with tracks only, or with his entire live band and singers.

Whatever your funtion, whatever your need, KD3 may very well be the gift for your event. Contact us today!