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A lifelong performer and progressive pop singer/songwriter, Brett Miller's greatest asset is his vocal versatility - something that is immediately clear from the wide range of styles and genres that he has explored throughout his already exciting career.

Putting his vocal performance and songcraft at the forefront, Brett has compiled a catalogue of music that lies right in the crosshairs separating multiple genres of music. Miller's debut EP, Something Beautiful, was released in June of 2017 and introduced his highly accessible sound to a rapidly growing audience of fans. In 2018, he followed up his EP with the release of a new single, "Red Water," featuring Miller's collaboration with brooklyn-based hip-hop artist SAZE.

Seamlessly infusing elements of soul, R&B and hip-hop into Brett's undeniably versatile pop singing and penmanship skills, "Red Water" showcased a multifaceted and eclectic new sound that left fans excited for the music yet to come in 2019. 

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