Bullet Dumas is a Filipino independent musician, composer, and singer-songwriter best known for a contemporary folk style which has been described by critics as "raw, earthy," and distinctively Filipino, characterized by the use of the acoustic guitar as a strong rhythmic accent. Aside from his career as a musician, Dumas also serves as a high school Math teacher, and is known for the innovative use of music in math instruction.
Dumas first received major critical attention when he attended the first ever Elements National Music Camp in 2010, where his musical stylings caught the attention of camp mentors, which were major figures in the Filipino contemporary music scene, including Ryan Cayabyab, Trina Belamide, Joey Ayala and Francis Reyes.
Since becoming an Elements alumnus, Dumas began building a broader public following by performing as an independent musician, sharing the stage most notably with such artists as Johnoy Danao, Ebe Dancel, Gary Granada, Gary Valenciano, and Clara Benin.
In May 2014, Dumas released an EP, containing his songs "Pssst!" and "Ninuno" (the Filipino word for 'ancestor'), which became radio singles, garnering significant airplay in the few Manila radio stations whose formats allow for the playing of indie folk music. After a year of joint perforances with fellow artists Johnoy Danao and Ebe Dancel culminated in a first year anniversary concert at Music Museum in San Juan in February 2016, Dumas was signed the Filipino talent management agency Stages Talents