20-year-old artist making a new start in Toronto

Making a mixtape and creating his own clothing line from scratch

Daniel Byrne (Buster Brown) has made it his dream to come to Toronto.  Sanjeev Wignarajah/Toronto Observer

He makes music and clothing from scratch. His music has been described as poetry with ’90s hip hop beats.

Meet Daniel Byrne (aka Buster Brown). Byrne is a 20-year-old artist, producer and entrepreneur who moved to Toronto less than a year ago. Byrne, who originally hails from a small township in Peterborough called Selwyn, made his dream of moving to Toronto come true in January and has since been on an ambitious creative path.

Byrne, who started rapping a year-and-a half ago, recently released a mixed tape called Foreword Poetry and he founded his own clothing line called Atlantik Apparel, featuring tie dye shirts, a line of hoodies, and basketball and baseball jerseys. Bryne’s clothing line can be found at atlantikapparel.com

Part 2 Classics Premieres next Sunday August 16. A giveaway contest will be happening very soon.

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By: Sanjeev Wignarajah
Copy editor: Bogdan Stanciu
Posted: Nov 12 2015 12:04 pm
Filed under: Arts & Life