The French, German, Armenian flexes a mix of fast Jamaican patois with singing choruses and big-minded beats.  His inspiration is as far-reaching as it is specific.  Citing everything from classical composers to Jamaican heavyweights, Charly B borrows from the greats while inventing his own lyrically muscular stew. He is nothing if not a purveyor and mouthpiece of a uniquely fortified style.  Not only is he a rated and recognized artist, he’s a slave to his muse, to a lifeblood passion that sees him forging a brave new sound. His song “Prophecies Untold” is now considered as a national anthem in Jamaica and played on a regular basis, which is historical and very rare for a European who ‘culture-shocks’ every community with his sound.