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Pop / Rock 18/07/2016

Billboard Chart-Topping Pop Artist Brielle Releases Debut Album "Brielle"

Billboard Chart-Topping Pop Artist Brielle Releases Debut Album "Brielle"
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Billboard chart-topping Pop/Dance songwriter and recording artist Brielle releases her debut self-titled album "BRIELLE" to rave reviews.

"This is a special time in my life as I am finally able to release to the world what I have been working on for so long," says Brielle. "The time has come for everyone to see the different sides of me and my journey. Simply put, I am just excited!," she adds.

BRIELLE - the album, was led by the catchy single "Ought To Be" and it's now being followed by the classic, "Rock The Catwalk" (also know as Rock The Cabash by Clash), just in time for fashion weeks across the globe.


The album includes the catchy lead single, "Ought To Be" where its basically reminiscent of a perfect time in your mind. Where you get lost in a thought of having a great night wishing it never ended. Then you have the classic "Rock The Catwalk", a remake originally released by The Clash. In this song you are able to experience Brielle's love for fashion and the industry. You will also find the powerful song, "Wasted" wherein Brielle shares the ups and downs of being in a one-sided relationship and when eventually after trying to work it out over and over, you basically end up wasted of emotions.

Another standout and memorable song is the inspirational, "Catch A Star For You". The song which started out as a poem, reminds you of not allowing yourself to fit into a box, but simply be who are for you and not others. Then you have the patriotic yet summer-friendly, "Rocket", where Brielle's pays homage to the National anthem while reminiscing of a fun summer spent with friends.

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