BRELAND is a paradox. The Jersey-born-and-raised, feel-good creative force is perhaps the most unlikely and predestined breakout Country star on today’s horizon, where he defines and defies labels by embracing all kinds of music with an exuberance that’s blinding. Employing a strong wash of modern Pop, the double Georgetown Business/Marketing degree’d music obsessive offers the shimmer of Bruno Mars, the slink of Luther Vandross, Drake or Teddy Pendergrass and a couple handfuls of old school dirt floor Southern Gospel interjected into his positive vibe take on modern living and Country music.
“If these songs only live in Country, then I didn’t do my job. I want to create something Country listeners and other listeners of Pop or whatever can listen to. We as a society are dealing with a lot of different divisions that only music is going to bring together. Music can bring people from different places, cities, states, ideas together. So, I’m playing with all these different genres to build bridges between Country and R&B, Hip Hop and Gospel, and Pop. The language? The instruments? I’m not sure, but let’s get all those different groups together through music and the songs.”" (Promo Copy)