Brielle’s dynamic, soulful, emotive voice and personality can be described as modern-day vintage. This singer/songwriter mixes pop-edge with yesterday’s bluesy, smoky tones to give her musical storytelling grit—unapologetically honest and straightforward—commanding her audience to not just
listen—but to feel. Brielle brings refreshment back into pop music, where her singing takes center stage underlining her reputation among her contemporaries as a voice to be reckoned with.
“I didn’t know you had that much swag. Almost like a little Janis Joplin in there! That fearlessness at such a young age,we love it!”-Randy Jackson
Brielle always took music seriously and, from a young age, entertained audiences. Music runs in the family—her dad was a doo-wop vocalist. Her powerful pipes have garnered her multiple television and press appearances, such as: FOX’s Good Day New York, Industry Magazine, and various fundraisers including the March of Dimes, the TEAL Walk, and the Steven Siller Foundation. At age 16, Brielle was one of the Top 12 girls’ semi-finalists on Season 11 of American Idol.
“What I love about you is that you are a true performer. You come out there and you eat it up. You understand what it is like to entertain. I love that.”-Jennifer Lopez
Brielle’s YouTube videos have amassed over 2 million views, reinforcing her popularity and mounting fan base. These videos, which showcase her myriad of talents, received spotlight attention from Billboard.com, Mashable, RyanSeacrest.com, Hollywood Gossip, Philip Phillips, and Haley Williams of Paramore. Her recent collaboration with Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox has further gained her recognition and kudos from fans across the globe.
“She has a rare gift as a vocalist to combine old and new and still connect with the audience.”
Brielle’s music is a soul journey—through her work and everyday life she encourages her fans to be themselves and not to judge others. A lyric from her future release, “Stereo” summarizes how Brielle—through her music—practices what she preaches, of how she’s been liberated from the confines of conformity and secured wings of her own: “I’m not better, I’m just different.” And so, she continues to soar.
A lyric from her release, “Stereo” summarizes how Brielle—through her music—practices what she preaches, of how she’s been liberated from the confines of conformity and secured wings of her own: “I’m not better, I’m just different.” And so, she continues to soar.
Under F.r.e.e.d.o.m. Records, Brielle released one single a month for 2018 and is currently working on her 2019 releases. All of Brielle’s original music and covers are available on all digital media outlets.