Billboard chart-topping Pop recording artist, singer-songwriter BRIELLE prepares for the release of her debut self-titled album, “BRIELLE”. America’s newest Pop sensation is beyond excited to finally share her music with the world. The 10-song LP will include the smash songs “Love Means”, “Wasted”, “Unstoppable” and her official debut single, “Ought To Be”, just to name a few. “Brielle” the album will also include the colorful and fashion forward fan-favorite, “Rock The Catwalk”. The hit song is a pop remake of the 1980’s smash, “Rock The Casbah” by the Clash.
Entertaining audiences abroad is what BRIELLE was born to do. From singing the National Anthem at Citi Field for the NY Mets to performing at Madison Square Garden for the NCAA National Basketball Championship and now ready to tour the world. Being no stranger to accolades and nominations for her talents, BRIELLE has been able to see her name on the Billboards charts several times. BRIELLE landed on the #15 spot on Billboards Hot Singles Sales for her song, “Rocket”. In the summer of 2014, her single “Avalanche” peaked at #4 on Billboards Hot Singles Sales and spent (8) consecutive weeks in the Top 10. The video for her single, “Catch A Star For You”, directed by the amazing Annette Navarro has received over ½ of a million views on Youtube and spent 26 weeks on various video charts including MTV, Vh-1, Much Music, California Music Channel among others. The video was also selected to play nationally at Macy’s, Journey’s and American Eagle.
BRIELLE is a singer, a songwriter, a dancer, a violinist and if that was not enough she studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Name: Brielle Edborg
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Red Entertainment
Occupation: Actor, Music Composer, Dancer, Musician and Songwriter
Film (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actress Specialists gather in a top-secret facility to investigate a series of strange deaths on beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. One of the team's scientists (Nana Gouvea) examines video evidence to uncover a possible parasitic explanation for the fatalities. But when a determined detective (Tom Sizemore) sends her the crazed writings of a mysterious homeless man (Jonny Beauchamp), the scientist slowly learns that the actual threat may be more dangerous -- and far older -- than anyone ever imagined. Can she convince her colleagues (led by Eric Roberts) of the true danger before an ancient force rises from the sea to bring madness and death to all of humanity? Written by Jerry Janda
Honorable Mention in the International Songwriting Competition for "Rocket" in pop and independent
Runner Up in the Independent Music Awards for "Unstoppable" in pop
Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, NY)