Today Brooklynn releases "Free 2 B," the title-track single from her upcoming EP, set to release on October 6. Signed to producer Nico Constantine's label, Institution Records -- best known for his work as Lady Gaga's music director and guitarist during "The Fame Ball" world tour -- the Atlanta-based singer was one of Teen Vogue's "Fall 2015 Emerging Musicians," and her debut music video, "Take My Hand," has over one million views on YouTube.
"When you're making art, you're free," Brooklynn tells Out for the release of her track "Free 2 B." "For me, I'm free when I sing and create. I want to be the kind of artist that inspires people to look past what everyone else expects them to be......to strive to be who they truly are," adding that the track is "about striving to be who you truly are, not who people want you to be."
If you're still getting to know Brooklynn's music, her single "Friends" landed on Spotify's "New Music Tuesday" playlist and the track currently has over 2.5 million plays on the platform. Creating "a dark and intimate anthemic sound that listeners haven't really heard since the '80s," (Culture Collide) Brooklynn, who is born in Oklahoma and raised in Kansas, is inspired by the rebellious nature of her childhood idols, including Johnny Cash, Andy Warhol, and Tim Burton.