Earl James Eubank, known by his stage name Burgz, is a Toronto-based R&B and hip-hop artist whose music is heavily influenced by his Jamaican roots. Born to Jamaican parents, Burgz grew up in a predominantly Jamaican household and was exposed to reggae and dancehall music at an early age. Today, he is on a mission to connect with his heritage and share his love for the music with the world.
Burgz’s passion for music started at a young age when he was drawn to hip-hop and R&B and was inspired by artists like Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. However, his love for reggae and dancehall was always present, thanks to his parents’ love for their homeland’s music and culture.
The Toronto rapper’s music is a fusion of various genres, including reggae, dancehall, R&B, and hip-hop. He believes that his music is a reflection of his diverse background, and he is not afraid to experiment with different sounds and styles. “I don’t like to limit myself to one genre,” he said. “I love all kinds of music, and I want to incorporate different elements into my music,” Burgz said in a recent interview.
Burgz recently traveled to Jamaica to promote his latest single, ‘Do Road Again’.” The song is a nod to his Jamaican roots, and he hopes to collaborate with some of the newest and trending acts in the dancehall scene, such as Silk Boss, Skillibeng, and Valiant.
Burgz’s journey as an artist is just beginning, but he is already making waves in the music industry. He has a unique sound and style that sets him apart from other artists, and as he continues to explore his roots and connect with other artists, it’s clear that Burgz is on his way to becoming a force to be reckoned with in the music world.