Indie Artist Spotlight: Songwriter and Pop Artist Brēzy

On this New Music Monday, the spotlight falls on songwriter and artist Brēzy .

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Britt Burton aka Brēzy  is a notable songwriter who has worked with 5 Seconds of Summer, Fifth Harmony, Jessie J, The Wanted and more. She co-wrote Alexandra Burke’s hit single “Elephant” which has seen success on both the pop (#3) and dance (#1) charts in the UK.

Burton hails from Columbus, Ohio and found her way to the LA music scene via London where she signed a publishing deal with a subsidiary of Universal Music. While in the UK, she wrote for top acts such as The Wanted, The Saturdays, Alexandra Burke and Twenty Twenty. While Britt is able to write in many different genres, her forte remains pop, and pop/urban earning accolades for being an exceptionally strong topliner.  Since being back in LA she has written songs that have been placed with 5SOS, Fifth Harmony, TGT, Javier Colon, Brit Nicole, and vocal powerhouse Jessie J’s single, “Masterpiece.”

Britt has also had success in other countries around the world helping to write 2 singles for Australian, Guy Sebastian, (Mama Ain’t Proud, and Come Home With Me,) and In Korea achieving equal success helping to write singles for Girls Generation, and XO (Mr. Mr. and Overdose).

Britt has also enjoyed some television placements with her song “Rockstar,” performed by Fefe Dobson, and her song, “Masterpiece,” performed by Jessie J. Britt’s focus is to continue to write songs she feels passionate about, and is interested in developing new artists, and contributing to to records of some of our favorite pop stars.

 
Check out her super catchy pop banger “I Met This Dude At Coachella” below, it was featured on Spotify’s Weekend Buzz playlist and is boasting over 43K plays now!

Liked what you heard? Follow Brēzy on Soundcloud.

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