Brandy Delivers Stunning Eclectic Shoot, Talks New Album, Broadway & More For ‘SCHON Magazine”

Posted August 12, 2017

Brandy is gearing up to release new music and also head back to Broadway for another stint in her role as Roxie Hart in ‘Chicago: The Musical,’ but ahead of that, the R&B gem is gracing the pages of ‘Schon Magazine.’

In what serves as one of her most daring and stunning shoots to date, the industry vet stuns in snaps caught by photographer Ben Duggan and styled by Michael Mann & Tyler Mann. Between shots B-Rocka even dishes on what she’s bringing to the table with her new album, and other areas of entertainment she would like to conquer.  Get into it all below.

Looking back on your incredible career, which moment or experience was the turning point of you coming into your own?

There have been so many pivotal moments throughout my life but I would have to say the most recent has been doing theatre. Theatre birthed humility. The true humility where I can see God is everything and where I am humbled by the greatness that lives in me and in all of us.

When making music, what’s your creative process like and has it changed throughout the years?

My process now and has always been to allow the creative spirit to guide me. I haven’t always listened but nowadays I won’t do anything but listen.

With six great albums behind you, what’s your biggest challenge in creating your current album?

No challenges for this next project because I’m not looking backwards. I have new stories to sing about and I’m not afraid of where my voice is trying to take me going forward. I trust it.

What can fans expect from your new album and what’s the inspiration behind its sound?

My fans can expect my best. There is so much up my sleeve. The truth really sets you free and they can expect the honest to God truth in my lyrics and in my choices in sound.

As you’ve evolved and gained confidence and freedom, how has your personal style changed and what’s it like today?

I would call my personal style free, relaxed, colourful, and comfortable. Bohemian Chic. I feel the most beautiful this way.

What advice would you give to someone that’s first stepping into industry and has the same dreams and aspirations you once had?

Be yourself, and if you don’t know who you are… wait!!!

Get into the full article and snaps HERE.

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