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MyTalkabout with Breje

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Breje is taking on Bullying, and he is addressing the issue with you tonight here live on MyTalkabout. BREJÉ is a multi-talented entertainer who, at the young age of 15, is an accomplished singer, rapper, dancer, actor, songwriter, recording and performing artist. Brejé puts all he has to offer into every project and has the uncanny knack for captivating people of every age, gender, and lifestyle. Brejé’s musical influences are diverse.Bill Belsey will be calling with us tonight. He was the one who coined the term "Cyber Bullying ". Visit the site. http://www.bullying.org He listened to blues and jazz with his beloved grandmothers (“Nanas”), as well as R&B, pop, rock, rap, country with his mom, dad, and older sisters. Music is an important part of who Brejé is and it’s all good! Brejé first tasted the spotlight making onstage appearances with his sisters’ band, IQ (Bungalow/Universal, Radio Disney Incubator), as they shared stages with the Jonas Brothers, Ne-Yo and others. When Brejé released the hip-hop song, Twist Wit It, renewed interest was sparked in Chubby Checker's dance, "The Twist”. Shortly thereafter,  This led to many performances and personal appearances with great artists like Ashanti, Bow Wow, Soulja Boy, Omarion, Mario, Fabolous, The New Boyz, and J. Holiday, to name a few, as well as a tribute to Michael Jackson along with the Jackson family. Six Flags and Kellogg’s prediected Breje to be one of the new pop stars in the coming year. Brejé loves school, especially reading and math. Featured in Scholastic, Hip Hop Weekly, and other magazines, Brejé strives to use the spotlight to get a message across to kids that “hard work, determination and education are essential if you want to achieve your dreams.” He’s a great role model--kids totally relate to him; adults adore him

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