Breezy BRG Drops New Track “UnderDog”, Listen

Breezy BRG, whose real name is Briana Gallon, is a 17 year old, extremely talented artist with critics and fans in 7 different countries. Currently calling Orlando, Florida home, she was born in Hollywood, Florida.   The hip hop artist career of Breezy BRG started in 2015, when she was hit the studio for the first time as a 12 year old.  Over the next couple of years, she would record hits like “Sicko”, “Successful”, “Bree Style”, and “Back and Better.”  Breezy BRG prides herself in putting clever wordplay together like no one else.  Her cadence is well beyond her teenage years is what critics are saying.

In 2019, Breezy BRG dropped her first official album, “What They Not,” on Black Friday.  The album began to turn heads in the hip hop music industry.  Her music can be purchased/streamed in all online music stores, including iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Play, Tidal, Spotify, Deezer, Tik Tok, and others.  She was featured on several popular hip hop blogs, including ANR Factory, Illustrious Music Group, Underground Hip Hop Blog, Dope Cause We Said, and most recently Trend City Radio.  Breezy BRG’s album has sold in 7 different countries.

Her latest singles, “I Win, You Lose,” “Facade,” and “Packs on Me,” were all released at the end of 2019, and into 2020.  Breezy will release her Sophomore album, “Opinion” in June of 2020.  Be on the look out and make sure to purchase album.  It will definitely be her best work yet.  This is an album that you can just push play and let it go.  She will get the key to the music industry for this one.  Breezy BRG, like she titled her debut album, is definitely “What They Not.”

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