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Bristol Crook
Also known as Crook
Origin Charleston, SC
Genre(s) Rap, Rock
Years active 2005-Present
Label(s) Unsigned
A Broken Bond, Cross, Infamy, M.Dealz, Problem, Kapital K

Bryant Cook AKA Bristol Crook or Crook for short is a lyricist from Charleston, SC. He replaced Infamy in the short-lived Justus League rap group and was at one point the lyricist for the rock band A Broken Bond.



During the year 2005 Crook was one of the rappers who took part in the somewhat "legendary" Freestyle Table. He cemented his status, although isn't recognized as some of the other contributors. His rap name was originally B-Rye until Cross started referring to him as Crook due to misspelling his last name once. The Bristol part was his own idea and he just combined the two names. Sometime in 2008 he started working with A Broken Bond but left the band in 2009. Upon leaving he got re-acquainted with Infamy and Cross and joined the label Oneric Digital.


Crook was featured on the track Set Me Free along with Problem, Infamy and Cross. He is slated to appear on numerous upcoming Oneric tracks. Crook was the one to propose the idea of a group and was selected upon Infamy's withdrawal. Crook is also auditioning to be the bassist and lead vocalist for Cross's band Adobe Ink. His debut album OD: Overdosed is supposed to drop in 2010 and he has been working on it. He announced a single called Skills featuring Cross although he hasn't released anything yet, due to Oneric Digital putting his projects on hold, and ultimately disbanding. However, Cross declared he would help produce Bristol Crook's upcoming album. He has recently confirmed a mixtape 4ever Starts 2day due in January, and will feature Cross, Problem and more artists. He also is working on his Digital Summer EP and a collab mixtape with Cross titled Beyond The Grapevine.



  • 24 Weeks -TBA 2010
  • Digital Summer EP-Summer 2010

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