Soundproof

What’s up guys!

Well we sent my first single “Soundproof” out to radio last week and should be seeing adds within the next week or so! :) It is amazing that it is finally here, I’m extremely excited to see what the future will have in store. I really have to say, that if I did’nt have the support from all my fans, that this would of been a lot harder of a process. Thankfully I do and we are full steam ahead! We are going to be having a lot coming up in the coming months and we need the fans support more now than ever, I really can not wait for everyone to get a copy of “The Truth” on Oct 12 to see why I’m so excited! This album in some ways has become a yearbook to my life and I feel very lucky that I’m able to share it with all of you! As I read over this post I see that I’m rambling a bit, lol    but that’s just because there is so much great stuff going on!

Anyways,stay tune for all the latest and thank you all again for your never ending support!!

b melo

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  5. Leah says:

    I’m in love with your music! To be honest, I’ve never heard of you, however I did hear one of your songs before, then I went to Norfolk`s Got Talent and you played some songs so of course when I went home I YouTubed them haha…. I love soundproof I’m so glad I found that song and so glad I met the kind of artist like you! Keep doing what your doing! I love it! Lol

    For now I’ll keep listening ♡

    THANK YOU BRIAN MELO!!!

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  7. Dear Brian,
    Thank you for waiting until the fall to put out your new album, I wanted it to happen after the darkness of these last weeks had faded some, so the focus could be only on you. Sorry, I didn’t tell you about the dark period, it all needed to happen naturally, as in destiny. Nothing you could have done would of changed it. Your album really needed to be all about you, so when I read, “This album in some ways has become a yearbook to my life and I feel very lucky that I’m able to share it with all of you!” I was extremely happy that you and I were on the same page right from beginning to this point. You really do have a gift for putting it into words. We, as a people, have so much more to express to each other and finally we are doing it. My fav way is through songs too, so, if you ever want to hear another side of life for inspiration feel free to contact me at my new e-mail address: rKing113@cogeco.ca
    I have so much inside of me that I know others share, yet, so many people haven’t, or are afraid to think about it, let alone express it. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and I am willing to tell the story like it has never been told before. My reason: I see so much of the damage it causes at my job, daily, and I want kids and young adults to know they are not alone in their feelings and their symptoms. I want them to know that there is a lot of help out there now and their lives can be better as soon as they start asking for help. Also, that all the changes that happen after they speak out will eventually lead to a life they can love to live, finally, the way they always dreamed of.
    I mean this with all my heart, Brian, it’s a message that needs to be shared, still.
    My only worry is that I don’t want to have you “Type Casted” or get you locked in a storm of an issue that will take up your youth if people think the songs are because you were abused. I just know that music (and some TV) saved my miserable life in the worst days of it. I think you can really get the message out there, although, it may not be quite the right time in your career. So, I was hoping you would think about it from time to time as life goes on and get back to me one day when you feel you’ve done everything else and you are looking for something new to spark things up again. Maybe, if you ever meet some else in that position in life you can take notes and then you can write all the songs as if they were for her. Something like that, anyway, now I’m babbling on. Write some day so I know we are still friends okay. This is just between you and me.
    Sincerely,
    Frances Brenda Wylie

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