By the time he turned 16, the budding star found his way on the stage with some of Hip Hop’s biggest acts, such as Migos & fellow Tennessean Yo Gotti. Bre has opened for Young Thug, Young Dolph, Lil Baby, Bloc Boy JB & Cash Money Record’s artist Jacquees. He was under the direction of Grammy winning-producer Street Symphony & Track or Die from the ages of 18-21. In May of 2019, Bre signed with Boulevard Records and manager Chris Rivas.
Bre became the first teenage artist to be interviewed by Nashville’s major radio station 101.1 The Beat Jamz, placing his music into the cars & homes of millions of listeners. His music & artistry has been featured in numerous blogs, such as HipHopDX & ThisIs50.com. In 2018, Bre received a NIMA award for Best Hip Hop Artist. Now, a junior at Tennessee State University, Bre's journey to greatness continues. His drive & love for music and the arts make him a passionate & talented artist.