Brandon told Voice Views he might drop a single as early as mid-December. He didn’t release music pre-show, so it’d mark his debut song as well.
Brandon, from Bronx, N.Y., was just 19 when he auditioned for The Voice. He turned three chairs with his blind audition rendition of “Georgia on My Mind” and joined Team Adam Levine.
But he was paired with eventual finalist Jon Mero in the battle round and eliminated from the competition.
A volunteer voice and violin instructor at the Harlem School of the Arts before the show, here’s what Brandon told Voice Views about his time on the show and his music moving forward.
Voice Views: I know the battles were filmed a while back. What have you been doing musically since then?
Brandon: I was a guest on MTVs Trl recnently. I’ve been gigging around and I’ll be singing the national anthem at the Knicks vs Thunder game on 19 December.
Voice Views: Where do you see The Voice experience taking you musically?
Brandon: The Voice experience has given me the opportunity to showcase my talent in front of millions of people therefore I believe that it will give me a good amount of people to follow my career as a musician/artist.
Voice Views: I don’t believe you’ve released any music yet. Do you see that happening in the near future? If so, what can folks expect in terms of sound / genre?
Brandon: I intend to release a single very soon, maybe in mid-December. Genre is pop and R&B. I’m very excited and I know people will love it
Voice Views: Other than the friends you met and made while participating in the show and the hometown support, what do you think will stick with you about The Voice experience?
Brandon: Being on The Voice taught me how to be a professional and be responsible having to fend for myself all the way in Los Angeles.
Voice Views: Do you think you grew as an artist? If so, in what way?
Brandon: I have grown as an artist while being on The Voice and I have learned how to be a better businessman
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