Rising artist, Breanna Lynn, is a rare find in the pop music scene today. As a seemingly typical teen from a small town in Illinois, Breanna Lynn’s natural musical ability gives her an extraordinary quality that defines her as an artist and makes her much more than your average teenager. With an increasing amount of buzz developing for her music, Breanna Lynn released her highly anticipated, self-titled full-length album on March 18, 2012. This album was produced by great names such as Ken Caillat (Fleetwood Mac, Colbie Caillat), Jamie O’Neal (LeAnn Rimes), Keith Follese (Faith Hill), Jim Cooper (Natalie Grant) and Tommy Collier (Katie Perry).
Filled with passion for sharing her musical talents, Breanna Lynn was born to be a star. Growing up in the Midwest wasn’t always easy for this talented teen, but Breanna Lynn held on tightly to her faith. Her interest in music and poetry made her an outcast at school, and she often was bullied for her unique devotion to creative expression. While her peers were quick to judge her for being different, Breanna Lynn turned to music and began to pour her heart into her very own songs. As music took on an even greater meaning in Breanna Lynn’s life, she made a promise to herself to never let anyone make her feel like she didn’t belong. That promise proved to be the pivotal moment that ignited Breanna Lynn’s career, and the young talent has been devoted to speaking out against anti-bullying ever since.
She has recently launched the “Break The Chain anti-bullying Campaign, 2012”, a school Assembly designed to “Change the Meaning of Cool” starting in LA with hopes of spreading nationwide. Even as a teen, the fiercely independent Breanna Lynn is on a Mission to inspire young people around the world to never give up hope.