@Roland’s: Brittani Washington Explains Her Album: Space For Music

September 20, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

On her break from touring with Beyonce, Brittani Washington stops by the Roland office to explain her new album “Space For Music”. A turn from the latest trends in POP music, Brittani explains that “Space For Music” is an organic and nostalgic experience to the days when musicians were heros. Brittani limits the use of technology in her album and relies on musician ability. Watch the video for the full interview and also a demo of her musical chops.

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