LARRY “PHYLLE” CARTER II is speaking to a generation. His platform is R&B and the message is simple: love and equality for all people. Hailing from Norfolk, VA by way of Philadelphia, PA (his namesake), Phylle has traveled a path that has taken him from screen to stage and back again, catapulting him to the top of his game as a songwriter, singer, actor, activist and ultimately, a believer. His attitude and work ethic reflect a mantra that says anything is possible if you just put your mind to it.
As a Grammy nomination considered artist, he has a style of his own which can be described as “diversified.” Some songs are laid back while others are raw with rough beats and lyrics to back him up. Phylle brings to the music industry the image of an accomplished songwriter, with a unique style and sex appeal. By blending the new with the old Phylle has created a sound for all ages to enjoy.
So watch out, Phylle has arrived and is taking the R&B world by storm with smooth vocals and style. Although this 6’3” crooner loves to laugh and have fun, his laid back demeanor is ever-present in the delivery of his silky-smooth vocal styling. Drawing inspiration from legends such as Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, and the sultry Aaliyah, Phylle (pronounced Philly) began honing his signature, diversified sound at the ripe age of 11.
He states, “Music was my escape as a child. I was very shy and I didn’t fit in. Music is the only thing that gave me comfort.” Having shared the stage with some of the industry greats, this Urban Gentleman is poised to take the industry by storm with his new EP “WORTHY” available December 2020. “My music is evolving into a movement of LOVE. I am only singing about things that I love and am passionate about.”
Phylle can be seen with a positive image all over the internet. His stage presence is amazing and his resume of performances range from amphitheaters to intimate settings. Phylle’s acting debut was In B’ Boy Blues in Atlanta. You might have caught up with him on the web series “The Boys Next Door”, Love Sex and Marriage; both the web series and stage play and now touring in the stage play Before Black Lives Matter.
Worthy by Phylle