Br3 is an artist hailing from Macon, Georgia, and born on December 13, he blends elements of hip-hop, R&B, and soul to create a unique sound that is unmistakably his own. Just recently his single “Forever Dancing In The Rain (Santaze Tribute)” managed to break into the iTunes Top 200 USA charts, peaking at #44. Yet, his creative milestones do not end there. Br3 has ghostwritten songs across genres—from alternative rock to hip-hop. His intricate understanding of music comes from his ability to play over 15 instruments, a skill that allows him to express emotions in the most nuanced ways.
Br3’s journey through the music industry began in earnest when he released “Used To This” with Jacquees in 2018. Since then, he’s continued to make strides, accumulating multi-million streams across platforms and working with notable artists such as Yo Gotti and O.T. Genesis. He’s not just about the music, either. Br3 has started a non-profit to aid the homeless and young African American youth, proving that his artistry extends beyond the studio.
His inspiration? “My son and family,” he says. “I’ve lost so much and so many people. I want him to see his daddy’s strength can move lives and heal.” His ambition for the future is grand, including plans to start a label and tech startup, Third District, with his brothers. He also has aspirations to win a Grammy and run a successful music tech and financial literacy program for underprivileged youth.
Br3’s latest release, “Forever Dancing in the Rain,” is a tribute to his late cousin, who was like a brother to him. Produced by Njay beats, the song was released on May 28, 2023, and captures an array of emotions from shock to pain. “So much rain, I can’t see where it’s falling/ I’m gone let it wash away the trailing tears,” go the standout bars from the song. The process of recording the song was heartbreaking for Br3, but it encapsulates memories and emotions he holds dearly for his cousin.
For young artists looking to break into the industry, Br3’s advice is simple but profound: “Be yourself, don’t mess up your life, and learn as much as you can. A mentor can save you a lot of time.”
Br3’s music serves a greater purpose; it’s not just for entertainment. It heals, it vibes, and it carries potent messages, making him one of the most compelling artists to look out for. You can follow him on all platforms at @br3music or find his music through Linktr.ee/br3music. With artists like Br3, the future of music seems not just entertaining, but profoundly impactful.