Brielle “Rock The Catwalk”
Award Winning, Billboard Charting, MTV HITs making BRIELLE is back with a fresh take on a familiar classic!
Fresh off a blistering performance of the National Anthem at CITI Field for the New York Mets, BRIELLE has melded her love for Music & Fashion into one beautiful, musical, visual art-piece.
“ROCK THE CATWALK”, a pop remake of the 1980’s classic smash hit, “Rock the Casbah” by The Clash, also co-written by BRIELLE, combines her worlds in music and fashion.
“ROCK THE CATWALK” remixed by Raveyards (Daft Punk, Adele, Human League, Soul Wax, Louis Vuitton Events Productions, etc), both a radio version and club version and their respective video’s are planned for release at Fall Fashion Week 2015 in NY, London, and Paris.
“Rock The Catwalk” is the next single from the forthcoming “Ready For War” a 15 song LP scheduled for a late 2015 release, which was co-written by BRIELLE with collaborators and producers Femdouble, Grammy award winning producer Ken Lewis (Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys, Fun, Kanye West, Eminem), danish “multi-man” Kim Moeller (Max Martin’s go-to guitar phenom, Nelly, Flo-Rida,Whitney Houston), Grammy beat-builder Gnyus (Dr. Dre, Swizz Beatz, Juelz Santana, D-Pryde, Timothy DeLaGhetto), Eric Berdon (Colbie Caillat), Pete Ivory, Free Da’dreamer, and Andrew Underberg.
BRIELLE released her 3rd consecutive single, “ROCKET” on April 24th, 2015. This high-octane patriotic anthem, produced by Grammy Producer and Mixer Ken Lewis, debuted on Billboards Hot Singles Sales at #15 and within one week climbed over Madonna to #8 on June 1st, 2015. The video, produced and directed by Annette Navarro, is a party that morphs into an “Alice-In-Wonderland” moment, featuring the bunny mad hatter that awakens to the reality of a “so what just did happened last night?” coffee induced morning.
Her debut single, “AVALANCHE”, released July 22nd, 2014, produced by Grammy Producer FEMDOUBLE (Tupac, T-Pain, E-40, TQ) and co-produced by Pete Ivory, will be a track off of her debut LP, READY FOR WAR, scheduled for late 2015 release. Peaking at #4, the song spent 8 consecutive weeks in the Top 10 in Billboard’s Hot Singles Sales.
Her first video “Catch A Star For You”, also directed by Annette Navarro independently released in October 2013, quickly surpassed 1/2 million YouTube views and stayed over 26 weeks on the charts at video channels and clubs around the US and abroad. The video is at MTV, VH-1, Much Music, California Music Channel and was picked up by The Screen Play video pool that services Macy’s, Journey’s, and American Eagle stores. The unreleased song was also nominated in the 2013 UO World Song Competition in the Top 40 Pop category.
Fashion United (fashion’s premier trade publication) placed BRIELLE on staff writing a monthly pop-culture column about her music, college life in the fashion world, and life in New York City. Her first column, published internationally in November 2013, went on to be voted as, The Most Read Article Of The Year.
In September 2014 she performed and walked runway’s at NY Couture Fashion Week and appeared and performed and attended red carpet events during NYFW 2014 with Carmen Electra, Sereena Williams, Kristen Cavallari, Eric Trump, GQ Gentlemans Ball, attended Rolanda Santana’s Spring 2015 Fashion Show with Modiste, and was a guest host at NE-YO’s 3rd Annual Fostering a Legacy Benefit.
That same month in 2014 she blessed the cover and inside editorial of Music Now Magazine.
At the age of 16 she licensed 6 of her songs to the MTV reality show Snooki & JWoww and shorlty after her first self-written independantly released song “UNSTOPPABLE” was nominated in the 12th annual Independent Music Awards in the pop song category.
Her song, “Playing With Danger” a/k/a “DANJA”, is the closing song in the independent film, The Romans.
She sang the National Anthem at the Skate and Gymnastics Spectacular in 2012 on NBC and in April of 2015 she sang it at Madison Square Garden for the 2015 NIT NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game on ESPN and Citi Field for the NY Mets on July 1st, 2015.