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Cupid (singer)
name Cupid, is an American singer born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana. He has released four albums, and is best known for the single "Cupid Shuffle"

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This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (May 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) CupidBirth nameBryson BernardBorn (1982-10-10) October 10, 1982 (age 36)
Lafayette, Louisiana, U.S.OriginLafayette, Louisiana, U.S.Genres
  • R&B
  • pop
  • dance
Occupation(s)
  • Singer-songwriter
  • record producer
  • musician
InstrumentsVocalsYears active2000–presentLabelsAtlantic

Bryson Bernard (born October 10, 1982) better known by his stage name Cupid, is an American singer born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana.[1] He has released four albums, and is best known for the single "Cupid Shuffle".

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Music career
  • 3 Discography
    • 3.1 Albums
    • 3.2 Singles
    • 3.3 Album appearances
  • 4 Filmography
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
History

Bryson Bernard started singing in his church's choir, encouraged by his pastor father. He initially enrolled at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a full athletic scholarship in track and field. He left the track team to form a singing group known as Fasho, which later changed its name to Fifth Element.

After Fifth Element was dissolved, Bernard pursued a solo career. He sang at venues such as talent shows, weddings and funerals. With a five-octave vocal range, Bernard earned the nickname "Cupid" for an impressive performance of the Sam Cooke's 1960s hit single "Cupid".

Music career

The singer first received radio airplay in 2001 with his self-released first single, "Do Ya Thang". His second self-released album, 2005’s The King of Down South R&B gained airplay throughout the region, from Florida to Texas. In January 2007, shortly before the release of his third album, Time For a Change, he was signed to Atlantic Records. His first single from that album, “Cupid Shuffle”, peaked at #66 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #21 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Since then the song has gone double platinum and gets roughly 6,500 new downloads each week. His other singles include "Say Yes", "Happy Dance", "The Love Slide" and "Do My Ladies Run This Party".

In 2008, Cupid broke the Guinness World Record for the largest line dance assembled with over 17,000 people in Atlanta at Ebony’s Black Family Reunion Tour.

In addition, Cupid's music can be heard in the films Step Up 2: The Streets, P.S. I Love You, Nancy Drew, and Jumping the Broom.

In 2012 he auditioned for the third season of the American music competition The Voice singing for his blind audition his own hit "Cupid Shuffle" in a varied version. None of the four judges Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera or Blake Shelton pressed their "I Want You" button, thus eliminating him from further competition. But Cee Lo Green recognized Cupid after he finished the song and asked him to perform another tune to prove that "he can sing". After recognizing his true musical talent, the judges said that he should have tried a different song to help present his voice better.

Discography Albums
  • 2002: Cupid
  • 2005: The King of Down South R&B
  • 2007: Time for a Change
  • 2012: Feel Good Music
Singles
  • 2001: "Do Ya Thing"
  • 2007: "Do Yo Dance"
  • 2007: "Say Yes"
  • 2007: "Cupid Shuffle"
  • 2008: "Happy Dance"
  • 2008: "Love Slide"
  • 2010: "Do My Ladies Run This Party"
  • 2013: "I Killed Lil Saint"
Album appearances
  • "All I Need" - Nancy Drew soundtrack
  • "369" (feat. B.o.B) - Step Up 2: The Streets (soundtrack)
Filmography
  • 2012: "The Voice"
References
  1. ^ Bio of Cupid. Atlantic Records. April 2007. http://www.atlanticrecords.com/cupid/lyrics?trackId=8a0af81218f1a369011929fa38b028bf Archived 2008-11-22 at the Wayback Machine.
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The Voice (U.S.)Seasons
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  • 11
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  • 15
Winners
  • Javier Colon
  • Jermaine Paul
  • Cassadee Pope
  • Danielle Bradbery
  • Tessanne Chin
  • Josh Kaufman
  • Craig Wayne Boyd
  • Sawyer Fredericks
  • Jordan Smith
  • Alisan Porter
  • Sundance Head
  • Chris Blue
  • Chloe Kohanski
  • Brynn Cartelli
Winner's singles
  • "Stitch by Stitch"
  • "I Believe I Can Fly"
  • "Cry"
  • "Born to Fly"
  • "Tumbling Down"
  • "Set Fire to the Rain"
  • "My Baby's Got a Smile on Her Face"
  • "Please"
  • "Climb Ev'ry Mountain"
  • "Down That Road"
  • "Darlin' Don't Go"
  • "Money on You"
  • "Wish I Didn't Love You"
  • "Walk My Way"
Runners-up
  • Dia Frampton
  • Juliet Simms
  • Terry McDermott
  • Michelle Chamuel
  • Jacquie Lee
  • Jake Worthington
  • Matt McAndrew
  • Meghan Linsey
  • Emily Ann Roberts
  • Adam Wakefield
  • Billy Gilman
  • Lauren Duski
  • Addison Agen
  • Britton Buchanan
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  • Casey Desmond
  • Justin Grennan
  • The Thompson Sisters
  • Jared Blake
  • Casey Weston
  • RaeLynn
  • Jesse Campbell
  • Chris Mann
  • Tony Lucca
  • Gwen Sebastian
  • Kim Yarbrough
  • Angel Taylor
  • Pip
  • Katrina Parker
  • Erin Martin
  • Moses Stone
  • Jordis Unga
  • Naia Kete
  • Charlotte Sometimes
  • Tony Vincent
  • Mathai
  • Lex Land
  • Nicholas David
  • Amanda Brown
  • Melanie Martinez
  • MacKenzie Bourg
  • Collin McLoughlin
  • Suzanna Choffel
  • Jordan Pruitt
  • Rod Michael
  • Chris Trousdale
  • Anita Antoinette
  • Cupid
  • The Swon Brothers
  • Sasha Allen
  • Judith Hill
  • Kris Thomas
  • Jeff Lewis
  • Julie Roberts
  • Holly Tucker
  • Will Champlin
  • James Wolpert
  • Cole Vosbury
  • Josh Logan
  • E. G. Daily
  • Holly Henry
  • Donna Allen
  • Dominic Scott Kay
  • Christina Grimmie
  • Sisaundra Lewis
  • Paula DeAnda
  • Lindsay Pagano
  • Chris Jamison
  • Taylor John Williams
  • Andy Cherry
  • MEGG
  • Koryn Hawthorne
  • Barrett Baber
  • Jeffery Austin
  • Madi Davis
  • Amy Vachal
  • Viktor Király
  • Keith Semple
  • Alex Kandel
  • Tyler Dickerson
  • Mary Sarah
  • Daniel Passino
  • Owen Danoff
  • Emily Keener
  • Tamar Davis
  • Chase Walker
  • Chris Cron
  • Josh Hoyer
  • Hunter Plake
  • Mark Isaiah
  • Brooke Simpson
  • Esera Tuaolo
  • Katrina Rose
  • Natalie Stovall
  • Kyla Jade
  • Spensha Baker
Related articles
  • Awards and nominations
  • Discography
  • Contestants
  • The Voice: Neon Dreams
External links
  • Official website
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