Music is truly an immense journey that is filled with the feelings of what an artist is going through.
Donnie Klang and Tracie LombardoBree-on-uh's life over the past few months have been a mix of chaos and pure enjoyment. After releasing her EP Dopamine?!, she has truly become an artist to watch. She grew up listening to Queen and The Police and ever since the age of 12 she knew what she wanted to do with her life.
From an early age she was always doing things differently and often marched to the beat of her own drum. Prior to working with Tracie, she started taking vocal lessons when she was 12 years old. Soon after she started collaborating with Donnie Klang and Tracie Lombardo.
Everyday she works with Donnie and Tracie they remind her that if you follow what you are most passionate about you never work a day in your life.
Bree-on-uh is currently going to school for radio and film. Although anything can be a risk in the entertainment industry. She says she would not want to do anything else in the world. Prior to attending college, she was home schooled for a little while. When she was active in school, she participated in a school play.
Behind the Rose:
When she started working with Donnie, she develop the song Rose from broken relationships and what she experienced during her younger years. From a young age, she experienced a lot of things many would not normally. From dealing with a chronic illness to other things. All of these can be expressed in her song Rose, which was released in 2021. One artist she would like to collaborate with is Chloe Lilac.
Listen to her song Rose today, (Click Here).
Her main goals for the future are to perform at Madison Square Garden and to go on tour!
Her favorite artists are Amy Winehouse, Joan Jett, Britney Spears, Sarah and the Sundays, and many more. Her favorite music decade is 90s rock! 🤘
Social issues that she is most passionate about are children in the foster care system, mental health, and those who deal with racism. For kids who are in the foster care system, she feels for them as she could not imagine what they deal with in addition to going from home to home during a global pandemic. In addition to this, she feels strongly about the mental health organizations, as many individuals are put on hold for hours, and this should not be happening. Lastly, she feels for those who experience racism and homophobia.
“Just becuase it does not impact you, does not mean it does not exist, there is always room for improvement and to get along better”. (Bree-on-uh)
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