Brittany Smooch is a hip hop and pop music performer based in New York City. Brittany was encouraged by her mother to translate her experiences growing in the city into lyrics and gave Brittany Logic Pro for her 15th birthday. Soon after, Brittany began working with her first musical influence, Tony Donelson (AKA Carlos Bling) and recorded a demo. Once completed, Brittany’ s mother took the demo to Los Angeles where she quickly garnered interest from music industry heavy weights. . Two years ago she was discovered by the same person who discovered Ke$ha, Bruno Mars and Ne-Yo and she signed a deal with Warner Brothers. It was then that Brittany teamed up with award winning hip hop writer Earl Hayes, who is currently affiliated with Floyd Mayweather and 50 cents Money Team and whose catalogue features Puff Daddy, Gucci Mane, Limp Bizcuit, Keri Hilson, Usher, Lil Jon, and many more. Within a few months of signing however she quickly realized that the deal she had and the recording situation that came along with it was not in her best interest.
Now at the young age of 18 Brittany is pursuing her music career independently and she is kicking ass and taking names. She is in the process of recording and releasing her debut self titled EP "Brittany Smooch" which is set to be released July 31st. Brittany is performing at festivals and showcases all over the country. She has made appearances at fashion shows, red carpets and numerous charity events all over new york and her music is making its way up the college and independent radio charts.
Her first release You're The Type of Guy has garnered rave reviews and her newest release Kamikaze featuring Young Money artist Lil Twist racked up 20k listens on Soundlcoud within 5 days. Her music breaks boundaries and is inspiring the teenage demographic and her social network numbers are proof. With 12k likes on Facebook and 5k+ engaged twitter followers Brittany is in constant contact with her fans and can't wait to give them more of what they want, HER!
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Created: March 6, 2016, 8:04 p.m.
Last Modified: Jan. 7, 2017, 12:47 a.m.