Posts Tagged ‘Interviews’
Thanks to TrueExclusives.com, for bringing the stars part 3 of the “Brandy Talk Show” installments. In the final video clip, Brandy interviews Wendy Raquel Robinson and Barry Floyd of BET’s “The Game”.
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Check out Brandy’s call-in to the “Steve Harvey Morning Show” last week. Use the YouTube media player below:
Check out Brandy’s interview with Dara Wilson for “Musicians at Google”. The Talks at Google program and Black Googlers Network (BGN) was proud to host Grammy-award winning recording artist and actress, Brandy, for an exclusive moderated talk in honor of BGN’s Black History Month, revolving around this year’s theme, “Mapping the Past, Searching the Present, and Inventing the Future.” On February 25, 2013, Brandy stopped by Google’s Mountain View, CA office to discuss her career in music and acting and how technology plays a major part in connecting Brandy with her fans.
Brandy posed for the latest cover of PYNK Magazine. Take a look at the photo-shoot and revealing article. Brandy discusses, how she was courted by her fiancé Ryan Press, playing the role of Whitney Houston and more…
Here are the highlights: (Thanks YBF)
Do you feel like your growth and evolution as a woman influenced the creative process behind ‘Two-Eleven’?
“Yes, for me that’s the only way I can put the album together because I can’t put my all into a song if I haven’t experienced or watched someone else experience whatever it is I am singing about. With [‘Two-Eleven’], it was really about me reconnecting with my confidence and rediscovering who I am.”
You hit the ground running with the release of ‘Two-Eleven’. You were everywhere promoting the album. Do you feel as though your hard work paid off? Were you pleased with how the album performed?
“I feel like my hard work paid off because my fans love the album. Of course, I would’ve wanted the album to reach more people but I just feel blessed to be able to do what I love. Sales chart positions and all of those things don’t really define me…I define me.”