The fact that Brittaney has trained in classical, gospel and jazz seems to come through clearly in her music. The clear diction of the former, the avant-garde leanings of the latter and the emotional heights that comes from spiritual music, all weave and wander through the vocals of this latest release.

But rather than look back to the past glories of those well-established genres, she prefers to push boundaries and head into the possible sound of tomorrow by delivering a song that is full of funk and cutting-edge dance grooves, leans into some rap vibes and then drapes her creation with grace and elegance.

Southern Life is funky pop delivered with taste, a lyrical mixing of street sass and old-school eloquent, cool, underground, R&B swagger meets mainstream accessibility. Is there anything that Brittaney Delsarté hasn’t thought of? It seems not!

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