INTRODUCING BRINX …
CONTEMPORARY NEW FRENCH CARIBBEAN SINGER-SONGWRITER UNVEILS MESMORISING NEW SINGLE “UNAVAILABLE LOVE”
Contemporary new French Caribbean singer-songwriter Brinx has unveiled Unavailable Love, the first single from this 25 year old singer-songwriter from Ladbroke Grove, West London.
Brought up on the sounds of Funk, Jazz and Blues, Brinx admits that her story is a little unforeseen. Whilst travelling on a plane from Tobago, she wrote a song which was shortly discovered by Huw Stephens (Radio 1) whilst travelling through Washington DC.
The magnetizing singer took a leap of faith having received an outstanding response once played on air, by leaving her job in the city to concentrate on a career in singing and songwriting.
Her tone has been compared to the likes of Erykah Badu and Sampha, however Brinx admits to taking influence from her French Caribbean heritage, heralding Christine and the Queens, Stormae, Maitre Gims, Bob Marley, Jah Cure, Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse and Lana Del Rey as her current playlist favourites.
A year on and Brinx is now bringing her new music to the world. Music which has a magnetic sound which will propel her to become a music sensation. After listening to Unavailable Love, everyone will be wanting to hear more. She is a one to watch…