New Artist Feature: Brooklyn Haley

Posted on April 3, 2014 in Uncategorized - 0

The New Music Feature is just what it sounds like. A showcase for new music and new artists as they begin climbing the charts or making a name for themselves in the music industry.

This week, we have Brooklyn Haley, a very talented 15 year old singer/songwriter/actress who recently debuted her first music video for single, “Crash.”

You might not know who Brooklyn Haley is yet but after you hear her song, “Crash” you will instantly know why she is gaining so much attention. This 15 year old singer/songwriter/actress has immense talent and working hard to make a name for herself in the music industry.

About Brooklyn:

In 2010, Brooklyn co-wrote and recorded five original songs with Grammy Award winning producer Alex Cantrall and Jeff Hoeppner of Radio Nation, best known for the hit song, Jo-Jo’s “Leave (Get Out),” Beyoncé’s “Sweetdreams,” and the work they’ve done for Pink, Justin Timberlake and Kelly Clarkson.

Brooklyn’s song “Record n Rock” was featured in the forthcoming muti-console video game “Dance Wars”.

Brooklyn has opened for such great acts as Alyson Stoner, Earth Wind and Fire and Gretchen Bonaduce.

In 2011, Brooklyn began working on her latest album with Eddie Galan, the 17x platium, Los Angeles born producer best known for his work on the top selling, High School Music soundtrack..

She has also done vocal training with renowned vocal coach Nicholas Cooper. Along with her management team at Parimore Management and the unconditional love and support of her family, Brooklyn’s music career is exploding. Brooklyn has performed all over southern California and in such famous venues as the Whisky a Go-Go, the Nokia Theatre LA Live, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and the LA/Las Vegas Improv..

Recently, Brooklyn released 3 new songs; “Record-n Rock”, “Straight Jacket”, and “Boomerang” on iTunes today!

She also have several live shows coming up in California over the next few weeks.

Feb 25th – San Diego, CA
March 4th – Imperial, CA
March 9th – Long Beach, CA
March 10th – Palm Springs, CA

Brooklyn Haley

What is your song Crash about?

The song is about taking chances, and breaking out of your shell.

Where there any embarrassing moments when you were filming your first music video for Crash?

No but there definitely were painful moments. Running in heels… not fun.

Who would you most like to collaborate on a song with?

I have a lot I would love to work with. Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, or Nicki Minaj

What can you tell us about your song “Record and Rock”?

That was the 2nd song I ever recorded. When I wrote it I was looking for more of a fun song since the song before was a ballad.

Can you tell us when your first album will be released?

I have no idea yet but I’m hoping this year

What is the hardest part about working in the studio and going to school?

Trying to make time for both. Being able to get work done and stay caught up in school.

Are there any celebs out there that you are dying to meet?

Yes there are 5. I would probably die if I met Katy Perry, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Drake, or Lady Gaga. My life would be complete if I met them.

Are there any movies you are looking forward to seeing?

Honestly I don’t know what movies are out yet or that are coming out, the only one I know of is “gone” That’s one that looks really interesting to me.

You can learn more about Brooklyn Haley by visiting her official webpage here.

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Spotlight On Brooklyn Haley

Posted on April 3, 2014 in Uncategorized - 0
Spotlight On Brooklyn Haley


In 2010, 13-year-old Brooklyn Haley had to leave Little River-Academy, Texas. The town, with a population of 1,600, was just too small for her big-city dreams of pop stardom. Two years later, those dreams are becoming a reality.

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“Crash,” Haley’s latest single, is available on iTunes via INgrooves/Universal Music Group, a video for the track is racking up views by the thousands on YouTube and, and her first full album is due in fall on the Parimore Music imprint, launched by her manager Michelle Parimore.


Haley began performing at the age of five. An ad in a magazine led to her first taste in the spotlight singing in front of an audience at Nick Cooper’s Vocal Boot Camp. After that experience, she knew performing was her destiny. Her future manager, Parimore, discovered her via her MySpace page, but there was one major hurdle that prevented her career from moving forward. Haley had trouble finding a vocal coach back home in Little River-Academy. With her mother’s blessing, she opted to move to Burbank, California with her grandparents where she could pursue her dreams.

Since relocating to California, Haley has studied regularly under vocal coach Cooper, whose client list includes Beyonce, Katy Perry and David Archuleta; she’s attending The BiZ School of Music weekly, and she’s working with Grammy-winning producers Alex Cantrall and Jeff Hoeppner of Radio Nation. Cantrall, whose credits include work with Justin Timberlake, Kelly Clarkson and Beyonce, says, “I’ve been working in the music industry for over 20 years, and I’ve never seen an artist with a better shot to explode on the scene. Get used to hearing the name Brooklyn Haley.”

Also working with Haley on her debut album is Eddie Galan, best-known for his work on the chart-topping, multi-platinum “High School Musical” soundtrack. Of Haley, Galan says, “She’s so talented with an amazing work ethic. That combo in an artist can lead to truly great things and I believe Brooklyn Haley is heading down that path.”

Although Haley admires current hit-makers Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj, her sound is actually closer to the effervescent, fresh-faced teen pop of Hilary Duff and Selena Gomez on the tracks “Boomerang,” “Straight Jacket,” and “Record-N-Rock,” which are also available via iTunes.

Aside from working on her album, Haley is also busy perfecting her craft as a performer. One of her biggest dates thus far was an opening spot last summer for Earth, Wind & Fire at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre. Last year, she was also featured on a seven-city, five-state “No Bully Tour,” which included a mix of compatible Radio Disney and Nickelodeon stars.

The message hit home for Haley. “I was bullied a lot in middle school, so when Michelle told me about it, I totally jumped on it. It was a really fun experience,” she says. On March 9, she’s one of the featured acts at the Queen Mary Music Festival in Long Beach, California. North Anthony Pharmacy North Anthony Pharmacy North Anthony Pharmacy She also plans to perform at a variety of other dates this spring, from opening day celebrations at Little Leagues in the Southern California area to Rockin’ a Cure 3, a benefit for Cystic Fibrosis research, set for May 5 at The Vault in Orange County.

In addition to working such avenues as online video and radio, traditional radio and teen press, Haley’s team is also working to expose her music via a series of licensing deals. Her music will be featured in an upcoming commercial for Monopoly, the song “Boomerang” will be heard in an upcoming episode of “90210,” and “Record-N-Rock” is set for inclusion in the forthcoming multi-console video game “Dance Wars.”

Haley’s talents also stretch beyond music. She’s done some acting and comedy as well, performing at the Improv in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. A reality show starring Haley, “In the Heart of Brooklyn,” is also in the works, through Nick Cannon’s N’ Credible Entertainment. The pilot episode focuses on Haley’s struggles moving from a small town in Texas to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of pop stardom.

While those dreams have yet to be fulfilled, Haley is on her way. In February, she was captured walking the red carpet at the Grammy Awards on E! Entertainment Television and was seen by folks back in Little River-Academy.

Nick Cooper is a believer. “They say that excellence is a quality most can’t deny, and Brooklyn Haley exudes just that,” he says. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Beyonce, vocal producing Nicki Minaj, and warming up Katy Perry. Brooklyn’s work ethic is no different. They’re considered America’s best, and soon, she will share the same moniker.”

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