Trinisha Browne is a multi-talented artist whose music is as varied as the experiences that have shaped her.
Browne was born in Trinidad, although he presently resides in Montreal. Her musical inspirations come from a variety of genres, including gospel music, hip-hop, R&B, and reggae music from the 1990s.
Her music is a reflection of this one-of-a-kind mixture, with each album imbued with a distinctive taste that distinguishes her from other artists working in the same genre at the same time.
Browne’s love of music, visual art, and poetry led her to explore the lively creative community in Montreal, where she has been able to carve out a space for herself.
Browne’s interest in music, visual art, and poetry led her to investigate the vibrant artistic community in Montreal. Her live performances have helped her build a fan base, and she has even served as an opening act for notable artists like Azealia Banks at L’Olympia in Montreal.
Browne has continued to broaden her musical sound with the release of her third extended play (EP), named “Red Flowers,” in 2019. This project’s seductive and sugary melodies, intriguing synths, and low-end bass make it an ideal choice for the holiday of love known as Valentine’s Day. This extended play is a compilation of love tales that highlight Browne’s versatility as a composer and singer.
Browne’s music, which was influenced by artists like Burna Boy, Tems, and Fireboy DML, has a universal appeal and is guaranteed to resonate with audiences from all around the globe.
Her unique ability to incorporate elements from a variety of musical styles and cultural traditions into her work sets her apart from other musicians and positions her as a formidable competitor in the business.
Browne is going to talk about her musical career, her creative approach, and the things that fans can look forward to hearing from her in the future in an upcoming interview.
Her one-of-a-kind voice and varied approach to performing are guaranteed to captivate listeners and leave them wanting more. Get up to speed with this emerging star’s latest news and information.
How long have you been making music and what attracted you to it?
Since 2008 – 2009, having a way to express myself is what attracted me to music.
What were your first project and the people you worked with and which year?
My first project is called “Thought You Should Know” which is an EP I recorded at D.I.R Studio in Montreal Canada with Blackstar.
Who or what inspires you or motivates you? And why?
I’m inspired by artists like Burna Boy, Tems & Fireboy DML, I appreciate their pen game and artistry.
What are your friends and parents’ thoughts on your career in singing?
Both my friends and parents are very supportive of my career and wish to see me succeed.
What are some of the challenges you face in your career path?
Some challenges I face are when it comes to marketing and doing shows, I don’t have enough resources.
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
I think the internet is a useful tool to spread the word about music and art etc.
Do you have any advice for aspiring songwriters?
Writing is important, no matter how good you think you’ve gotten never stop writing.
What is your current project about?
My current project is a continuation of what I’ve done so far, I’m currently preparing to release my next single which is called “Heaven”. Heaven” is a breakup song about finding peace at the end of a relationship.
What does this song mean to you?
“Heaven” simply means that no matter what happened, mentally I am at peace now, it’s all in the mind.
What are your hobbies?
My hobbies are networking, listening to music, watching movies & TV shows, hanging out with friends and having wine.
What do you do aside from this profession?
Aside from music, I do a lot of research, networking and content creation.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
Be yourself and make sure you enjoy doing so.