Brittany Campbell
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Brittany Campbell

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF | AFTRA

New York City, New York, United States | SELF | AFTRA
Established on Jan, 2011
Solo R&B Pop




"SONG OF THE DAY: Brittany Campbell ft Gomi – “House of Glass”"

Where are the girls that can sang? With this big EDM revolution we are experiencing, the focus is on producers and DJs – definitely not the singers. While there are a few voices that regularly end up on the best dance records (Jes, Nadia Ali) where are diva vocalists at? Aside from Kimberley Locke “Feel the Love,” Deborah Cox “Leave the World Behind,” and Frenchie Davis “Love’s Got a Hold on Me,” there haven’t been big female vocal club records lately. Welcome to the stage, miss Brittany Campbell. Already buzzing in the NYC scene, the singer/songwriter has been called “Brooklyn’s pop princess.” While her songs vary in styles (pop, tropical, go-go, R&B) “House of Glass” is a stadium house record with tribal undertones that features, get this, a full-on song with verses and a chorus. What a concept! Brittany has an amazing voice and great control, so at no point does she oversing, but instead captures the emotional effects of a complicated one night stand. As a longtime producer for Junior Vasquez, Gomi’s influence is apparent – “House of Glass” is what a Vivian Green or Tamia remix would sound like in 2013. With a great music video and some incredible live performance clips online, I have a feeling we will be hearing a lot more from Brittany Campbell in the future. - Ron Slomowicz

"Label Recruit"

New York City R&B songstress, Brittany Campbell, combines a transcendent voice with a uniquely distinct visual style and attitude. Songs like “SK8″ forecast a bright future for the singer. Not just R&B; not just Pop; the music has something suited for everyone. Currently promoting her newest release, Heroes, Brittany can be seen performing all over NYC. We recommend that you pick up a copy and check her out whenever possible. What do you think?

[Official Bio]Since detonating her nuclear music in the New York City scene with her infectious singles “Nerd” and crowd pleaser “Call Me Baby,” Brittany Campbell’s latest musical endeavor is nothing short of sonic napalm. Her upcoming LP Heroes delivers her notoriously catchy hooks and explosive choruses chaperoned with a fresh, new sound which honors the eclectic NYC underground culture, but pushes her musical arsenal into new vistas.

Brittany’s latest studio effort promises dance-friendly hits like “Every Part of Me” and the irresistibly catchy “Sk8.” The album’s fresh energy highlights Brittany’s impressive vocal capabilities and her multi-faceted array of skills ranging from songwriting to producing which previously earned her the title of “Brooklyn’s pop princess” from Next Magazine. Being an active participant in NYC nightlife allows Brittany to frequently perform, and is usually seen donning an intensely hued Technicolor ensemble which reflects her music’s vibrant personality.

Heroes not only pushes the envelope of the amalgamation of pop and RnB, but exudes a palpable energy that is sure to have NYC clubs reverberating to the LP’s uncanny collection of fun anthems. - Label Recruit

"TILT Spotlight: Brittany Campbell"

I can't tell you how excited I was to be personally introduced to the music of Brittany Campbell. Such a dope girl. I mean, just crazy amounts of talent. Here's her inspiring story...

Brittany Campbell is a Singer/Songwriter/Producer and Visual Artist from New York City (yeeee!). Born and raised in Brooklyn, Brittany got her start as a child performing in several operas at the Metropolitan Opera and on Broadway. She discovered a love of pop music in her high school years. In 2011, she was taken under the wing of award-winning engineer Rich Keller (Ruff Riders, Mariah Carey) and began working on her first project "NERD", which was the product of both Brittany's love of pop and her introduction into New York nightlife. The club scene changed how she perceived music all together. Her music became more playful and bigger. Her influences derived from producers such as Red One, Dog Chow and artists who dominated the club plays such as Robyn, Lady Gaga and Kelis. "NERD" was self-released in 2011 and ranked on the regional club charts at a whopping #7. - Tilt magazine

"Brittany Campbell: Artist Of The Week"

Instead of “Artist of the Week,” this post should be titled, “Artist You Are Hearing All Over Commercial Pop Radio.” Unfortunately, making that latter a reality is not directly within our powers. It’s also a little wordy, and so we announce that our Artist of the Week is the incomparable Brittany Campbell.

Campbell is a singer, songwriter, and producer from New York. Sure, that describes a hundred thousand people. Campbell is better than them. Her music is the perfect storm of pop, soul, R&B, and rock. She cites Amy Winehouse, Blondie, Joni Mitchell, and Jimi Hendrix as influences. Do you really not want to get on that train? Is that how you want to live your life? Get it together, do the right thing, and listen to these songs. - Scott Janovitz

"Call Me Baby>Call Me Maybe"

One of my favorite things about immersing myself in NYC nightlife is the tremendous talent of local music that permeates from downtown's creative landscape. Brooklyn native Brittany Campbell is making a splash in the scene with infectious, hip hop pop songs sonically similar to what would happen if Prince and Beyoncé had a musical love child.

Her energy packs a punch during her live sets. I popped my Brittany Campbell cherry a few weeks ago at Tammany Hall's Magic Monday, dancing like my naughty area was on fire. The energy was pulverizing, exuding from the stage like a Category 4 hurricane thoroughly pleasing my musical g-spot along with the bevy of punk rockers and social anomalies that the Magic Monday fête attracts monthly.

And as if being a classically trained illustrious performer wasn't enough, she harbors more in her arsenal of musical craft like producing her own music. Equipped with a Carnegie Mellon education, her throat is unequivocally the residence of a 60's diva; radiating a powerful voice that can hold up to the sonic enormity of songs such as "Call Me Baby," an uplifting 60's-esque Motown song supplemented with a comical and playful video with nods to various 90's R&B imagery and vocal parallels to Gloria Gaynor.

If you fancy stripped down performances, Brittany's YouTube channel offers a bundle of musical covers from popular tunes such as "We Found Love" to "I've Just Seen A Face," chaperoned with a guitar and a soulful vibrato.

Her albums Black Summer and Nerd can be purchased on iTunes HERE. My personal favorites include "Motherfucker", "Clown", and "Call Me Baby" (not to be confused with frivolous pop Top 40 hit "Call Me Maybe.") Make sure you check out her Facebook page HERE and make sure to download all of her fabulous music! - GREG MANIA

"Source Magazine "Ghetto Metal""

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"Brittany Campbell"

I first saw brittany... - Next Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.



Artist bio: 

In an era when genre blending/ bending has become the norm and the computer has become musician's best friend, it's seems as if the stage has been set for an artist like Brittany Campbell to emerge. An award winning singer-songwriter/producer and visual artist, Brittany combines elements of RnB, Pop,Edm, Reggae and Alt Rock while serving fantastical imagery by way of  MUSIC VIDEO!   Brittany got her start in 2011 after her return to NYC. She met with producer/engineer, Rich Keller (DMX, Danity Kane,  Mariah Carey) who helped navigate her through her first EP (NERD).

“I was constantly in the club..It was where I felt free. I would LIVE so hard that one day a drag queen that was hosting a party called me up on stage and dared me to sing..I told him I had original music...but really I had the one song .."Nerd"..I happened to have the track on a CD that Rich had given the night before ,”recalls Brittany. “After I sang, everyone kind of ran up to the stage..I was booked to perform at an even bigger club the next was pretty crazy..Thats what started the whole trip."  Nerd would eventually chart at #7 in Paper Magizine's club playlist and make top 10 on Next magazine's Summer Playlist alongside artists such as Rihanna and Robyn. 

Brittany released  her first full length album (Black Summer) late 2012. After 2 years of touring, international collaborations (DJ Okawari, Gomi) and songwriting,  she followed up with (Heroes) in 2014. That record not only spawned a fair amount of press attention (Hof Magazine exclaming that  “She’s one of those next-level talents who has her hands in everything. And as you can see, she’s fly as hell too. ” and MTVU stating that Brittany "... combines a transcendent voice with a uniquely distinct visual style and attitude...One of our favorite discoveries from the last couple of years." It also was the first record to have airplay on over 200 stations nationwide making top 10 lists on numerous programs.

“Its funny that Heroes hit the radio. It was a very personal project...I just made what's way more chilled out than my other records. My production had definitely matured in big way and I put extra special care into my use of harmony and vocal arrangement....but the best part of Heroes is the collaborations. Some the illest talent in NYC are on that record...and thats forever."  Evidence of the artist's forward progression—both creatively and commercially—is on full display all over the album. Songs such as Sexy Darth Vader (featuring Redddaz) showcase a darker trap like flow that would intoxicate any listener. The album's title track epitomizes Brittany's talent for fusing together hard beats with oozing syth lines to raise up breathtaking sexy vocals. The rest of the album hails to her Jamaican roots as well as her love of 60's garage rock with her song "Skate". 

Brittany continues to push the envelope visually, now branching into animation which can be seen in her music video for Heroes. This got the attention of super model, Shaun Ross, who praised it for the protagonist's uncanny resemblance to himself. It also has been featured at several animation festivals. 

Direct Support for:

Fishbone, Rye Rye, DJ Okawari (Japan), Body Language, Katy Perry, Avan Lava, Le1f, Shinobi Ninja, Nova Rockerfeller, Mykki Blanco

***Notable Venues***

Highline Ballroom, Rough Trade (NYC), Bowery Ballroom, Webster Hall (5x), SOBs, House of Vans, Pacha, The Knitting Factory

Colleges: Carnegie Mellon University, Boston University, Pace University, Fordham University, Brooklyn College, City College, Fashion Institute

Festivals: Afro Punk (2013, 2014), Music Matters (2014), Brooklyn Bazaar (2014), Vans Warped Tour (2014), Brooklyn Music Fesitval (2014,2015), Brooklyn Wildlife Festival (2014,2015), Make Music NY (2014,2015),SPARK ANIMATION 2015, The Portland Oregon Women's Film Festival (POWFest) 2016, Legends of Hollywood Film Festival, Northside Festival (2013, 2014), CMJ Festival (2013, 2014)

Tours: Deans List Tour (College Tour)

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