Nina Browwn needs someone to “Blame”.
Nina Browwn has immersed herself at a very early age in the Toronto music scene. From the start, the singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has been able to create unique and powerful songs. She loves meshing different styles of music to express something new, but also tell stories in the most engaging ways. All the while, keeping R&B and Pop true to her heart and soul. Drawing inspiration from greats like Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys and Adele, her skills and versatility has landed a few chart-topping hits already, and this is only the beginning.
Currently working with Rob Wells of the prestigious team The Fourth Floor, their creativity and musical knowledge compliments well — in a short period of time, they have managed to come up with amazing new songs yet to be released. Some of the artists The Fourth Floor have worked with include Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Nelly Furtado, Backstreet Boyz and many more making the collaboration with Nina even more exciting. Nina has a global vision in sight; this spring she will be in the South/Caribbean promoting the lively soca remix of “Where Did You Come From?” that she collaborated on with big time soca artist Dynamite, based in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It doesn’t stop there because this summer she will begin her debut European Tour.
Her latest single, “Blame”, showcases her efforts to hone in and push for a more popular contemporary sound that retains R&B elements. This single will give everyone a chance to see the mastery Nina Browwn has with pop music. It’s a charismatic, exciting, and playful song that you can listen to over and over again. Nina recently took time out to explain more about “Blame”: “The concept was actually about a real life experience I had a couple years ago with a guy who I was dating and thought I was in a relationship with. Turns out so did another girl and we found out about each other. She had been with him for 3 years up to this point and me for 1.5 years. I had suspected something didn’t add up and ended up being right. It turned out that her and I were essentially the same person, lookswise, education, cultural background, we even look very similar and had similar names. her nickname was Nina! crazy stuff but it inspired a great song!”.