Bernard Wright is a funk and jazz keyboardist and singer who began his career as a session musician and later released several solo albums in the 1980s. He was offered a slot touring with Lenny White when he was 13, and played with Tom Browne at age 16. GRP Records signed him in 1981 and released his debut album, 'Nard, tracks from which were prominently sampled in hits by Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Skee-Lo, and LL Cool J among countless others. He followed with Funky Beat on Arista and Mr. Wright on Manhattan Records. The latter of which included his biggest R&B hit, "Who Do You Love" for which a video was made and is featured in the famous title sequence of Video Music Box. Wright also appeared on recordings by musicians such as Cameo, Bobby Brown, Pieces of a Dream, Charles Earland, Marcus Miller, and Miles Davis. In the early 1990’s Wright met a 3-album commitment to Frontline Records that allowed him to express his new-found Christian faith in traditional hymn arrangements, rich with his unique stylings.