Bradley Say
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Bradley Say


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"WASTED" released to UK & U.S itunes.



Bradley started recording his debut album back in 2006, when he began recording in Adelaide Studios, he wrote and produced 9 songs, and also 2 remixes featuring a canadian rap artist Bummy Chuckles. The stand out tracks recorded were "New Direction", "Rockstar" & "Not Good Enough" from the first demo "0901".

When he first began as a songwriter his mother never even knew, not until he came back from the studio with his very first demo of “New Direction”, also the first time he was played on local radio Time FM the DJ announced Bradley as 2 in the voted chart and also mentioned that his mother didn’t know he could write songs.

He decided that after one year of recording a change in studio would be best, and is now currently working with Laurence Hobbs of Blueroom Studios who also developed Pixie Lott, and since recording some new songs for his debut album, he has decided to scrap the old tracks recorded with the first studio.

"Wasted" was the first track to be recorded in the new studio, and Bradley was so happy with the final outcome that he signed up for the next couple of months to record further tracks. The second was "Showdown" and third fourth and fifth have all been recorded. But not all of the old tracks will be scrapped, as after the recording of the new tracks he will be preparing to re-record selected few tracks from the first album.

Recently Bradley has had various different projects such as being involved in a boy/girl group and also a pop/electro boyband, his solo material has also had success as “Showdown” has been played on various Internet radio stations and “Murderer” has been added to DJ playlist on a regular basis at The Village Club in Central London, and his first Itunes download release of “Wasted”, his brand new track "SAY WHAT?" has been reviewed by various music bloggers on the internet with rave reviews for the track.

With the download release of the debut album “Seeing Red” being released soon, and his first music video for “Say What?” on the way, the future is bright and hopefully full of success.