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Hollywood, U.S.A. – After being nominated in four categories by the Indie Music Channel awards (Best Pop Artist of the Year, Best female Pop Artist, Best Teen Song of the Year, Best Pop Song of the Year) which took place at the famed House of Blues in Hollywood, California. Brooklyn Haley took home the coveted Best Teen Song of the Year Award for 2012, on her hit song “Boomerang”
Brooklyn was most recently featured on Billboard Magazine’s Spotlight On, and has been rapidly gaining momentum with her hot single “Crash” and her most recent single “Boomerang”. The video for “Crash” was one of the top most viewed videos according to Kidz Bop, after Brooklyn was featured on many prestigious teen magazines. The video continues to make headlines by gracing the Music Homepage of AOL and Music Choice.
The talented 16 year old singer/ songwriter originally from Academy Texas also 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),” Beyonce’s “Sweetdreams,” and the work they’ve done for Pink, Justin Timberlake and Kelly Clarkson. Of these five songs, Brooklyn’s hit song, “Record n Rock,” was featured in the multi-console video game, “Dance Wars” and “Boomerang” was featured on several episodes of 90210.
Brooklyn will be impacting national radio this summer with her multi city tour, National Television and Magazine Coverage, and her involvement with the anti-bullying campaign “No Bully Tour” which has featured a mixture of Radio Disney and Nickelodeon stars hoping to send a strong anti-bullying message to teens.
This cause in particular is important to Brooklyn because she herself was bullied as a young girl. “Although I was always a friendly person, I found myself bullied and ridiculed at times. I’ve seen this breakdown a lot of spirits and self esteems, I was very happy to be a voice for anti-bullying,” she says enthused. Her incredible performances and participation has led Brooklyn to features on Major networks such as CBS, NBC, and ABC.