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Fugative

Born 11 March 1994.
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Fugative performs Bad Girl

Fugative performs Bad Girl on The 5:19 Show

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Biography

Harry James Byart (born 11 March 1994 in Greenwich, London), better known by his former stage name Fugative, is a British Singer, rapper, songwriter and record producer. He worked with Kirk Burrowes for a week in April 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia the former manager of Mary J. Blige and co-founder of Bad Boy Records after Burrowes was contacted by Byart's mother Gloria who previously managed Marvin Gaye. . Fugative has toured with Basshunter and has been favourably received by BBC Radio One's Nick Grimshaw who proclaimed, "I want this kid's nuts!" on his Switch radio show. Fugative also released "The Departure" Mixtape in 2010.

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