Thousands flocked to Piedmont Park (Atlanta, GA) to celebrate the outstanding career achievements of Brandy on Sunday, September 1, 2013 at the Pure Heat Vision Community Festival. Brandy was presented with an Humanitarian award from the The Vision Community Foundation. The highly celebrated foundation is founded by Bishop Oliver Clyde Allen, III who is the :
Sean Garrett stopped by the radio program, “The Breakfast Club” on Power 105. “The Pen” (Mr. Garrett) spoke highly about Brandy, and called her the “modern day Whitney Houston”. Check it out via youtube below:
This past weekend in Nashville, TN, Brandy Norwood, took time after her show to sit down with, Vaughn Alvarez (@4everVaughn), the founder of “The Brandy Blog”, to catch up on life, music, past, present and future aspirations. Brandy, spoke candidly about the inspiration behind the, Two Eleven, tracks: So Sick, Hardly Breathing & Do You :
Mega producer Sean Garrett interviews with Vaughn Alvarez (@4everVaughn) the founder of The Brandy Blog. Mr.Garrett discusses his past, present and future as well his participation on Brandy’s new album, “Two Eleven”. He also gives insight on the music industry today, words of advice to up-n’-coming producers and discusses Beyonce, Fantasia, Raven Symone’, Jay-Z, P.Diddy & :
Rapper and producer, Sean Garrett surprised all the #starz today with the release of the remix to Brandy’s hit single, “Put It Down”. The remix features rappers: Tyga & Two Chainz. Check out the remix using the media player below.
Rapper & Producer Sean Garrett spoke with music blog Rap-Up about working with Brandy & Chris Brown on the new single, “Put It Down” (from album Two-Eleven). Mr.Garrett also revealed the theme and title to a new song from Brandy’s upcoming album. The song is called, “Sick” and is produced by Bangladesh. Watch the video :
We’ve all heard the buzz that one of music’s most respected talents is prepping for what is rumored to be a monster comeback. After a year of recording, R&B singer Brandy is finally ready to release her sixth studio album an RCA Records debut, intimately titled Two Eleven in honor of her birthday and the :