Mon, 27 July 2015
A young breakout indie pop star, Brie Goldsobel bubbles with talent, positivity, and purpose! She is simply a delight to be around and an amazing performer to see in action. And, she already has several tours and achievements under her belt. Aside from her own performance schedule, Brie has also toured as an opening act for Aaron Carter, been named 'Breakout Pop Artist of the Year' in 2014, been a finalist in the 2015 Recording Academy's Grammy Showcase, and written and recorded with Alex Cantrall (JoJo, Dru Hill). She’s had a song, “Dive In,” featured in the movie Cowgirls And Angels 2: Dakota's Summer, and even been written up by MTV.
But, what TRULY sets Brie apart is her constant use of her microphone as a podium for positive social change. She has bravely used her artistry to raise awareness about bullying and is now working to fight against human trafficking. Her song, War Child, is about this horrifying reality so many people—particularly children—have to face daily, and a clip is featured at the end of her podcast. She’s shared some great information below that EVERYONE should read!!
You can find Brie's music streaming on Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora and find Brie herself on social media. Follow her today for a beautifully moving musical experience!!
Human Trafficking Info:
ECPAT USA: www.ecpatusa.org
Rescue Upstream: www.rescueupstream.com
Hepzibah House: www.hepzibahhouse.org
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Music Beds courtesy of DJ John Hitta!!!
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[UPDATE: A sampling of music from this artist was previously included on this track with permission. In an over-abundance of caution, that music has now been removed, as of July 25, 2020.]