Brave Williams | R&B Divas | Actress | Fitness Expert
What are some of your early musical inspirations?
I grew up listening to Tupac, Mary J. Blige and What’s the 411, by Mary J. Also, my dad would play a lot of Stevie Wonder and Patrice Rushen around the house so I’d definitely say the people I listened to growing up helped to mold my style.
How was it like being in RichGirl?
It was amazing. For me, that was the first time I realized that I could sing, and I needed to develop that and be around singers for me to grow, so to be around vocalists and kindred spirits such as myself was an amazing experience.
How was your experience in working with top notch producers such as Rich Harrison, and Brian Michael Cox?
It was amazing. Each one them are extremely talented, and they both brought a lot of things to the table, whether it be lyrics or production and I learned a lot about the recording process, so working with them has been a highlight in my career.
Talk about your experience on R&B Divas.
The whole R&B Divas L.A. Experience was a phenomenal one. I was just honored off of the fact that TV One heard about me enough as an artist to want to put me on a platform with such women that were so accomplished already. I learned so much from them and just by talking to them, I learned things about expanding my brand and really getting my music out there to a broader audience. It was a lot of fun.
What message do you want to translate over to your fans about you as an artist?
I want my fans to just be inspired and know that the sky is the limit and it takes a great work ethic in order to achieve your dreams. I want them to be encouraged and I want them to not give up and keep going after their dreams.