Br00klyn, wearing a gold sequin jacket and cream knit dress with gold chain belt, smiling brightly.

About Br00klyn James...

 Br00klyn James is a California native, raised in the inner city of Los Angeles.  She has been a support vocalist for Brandy, Ray J, and Onitsha Hernandez (the Church Girl). She was featured on the much anticipated Augie’s Side Effect album, “ABOUT TIME,” on which she co-wrote the title track. She was also featured on Warren G’s “GET YOU DOWN” & “I NEED A LIGHT” from his “IN THE MID-NITE HOUR” album. In addition, you may have seen Br00klyn backing up the Brothers Johnson during some of their West Coast appearances.

Br00klyn has written and co-written countless songs as a BMI songwriter, including the title track for the movie “SAVE THE LAST DANCE.”  Fluent in Spanish, she has written and recorded with Latin artists and penned the song “ORO OLYMPICO” for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. She has made appearances on the ABC Morning News, MTV, KCAL9, KNBC4, Telemundo KVEA52, and FOX. Most recently, Br00klyn added the title “Published Author” to her many accomplishments. She was one of many young female entertainers who shared their stories in the book Sheet Music: The Diary of a Songwriter and was also featured on the Grammy-nominated soundtrack that accompanied the book.

Br00klyn is a well-rounded performer, and has taken the stage as an actress, dancer, and as a singer. She was a featured singer in the “Passion Play,” a reenactment of the life of Jesus Christ, which runs the last two weekends of April each year at Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, Ca. She made her film debut when she landed the roll of Karen in Lisa McNeal’s “What Now Mama,” a stage play adapted for cinema. 

Br00klyn's roots are in gospel music.  She got her start in church and was a member and lead soloist in the First AME Los Angeles Children’s and Youth Choir. She has never left her church roots and was blessed to lead the Avalon Voices of Unity to a victory in the McDonald’s Gospel Fest. She also served as a worship leader for many years alongside Adam Jaymes (American Idol, Season 1). Her vocals can be heard on the Gospel projects of Stellar Award Winning Pastor Kenny Smith “RISE”; Joi Carr “DUETS”, “SING HALELUJAH”, and “HALELUJAH, JESUS IS LORD”; Darron Jones “SPIRITUAL EXPRESSIONS”, and John “Jay” Green’s  “A SONG for HAITI: Save The Children”.

You can find Br00klyn James’ music on iTunes, GooglePlay and all other forms of digital media. Her most recent mixtape project, “The Regift: Volume 1,” is a labor of love and showcases Br00klyn's diversity as a songwriter.

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