Bree Taylor is a Canadian pop singer/songwriter from Toronto. Her latest song, “Broken Dreams,” is an emotional yet inspiring track inspired by a breakup.
“I collaborated with an amazing team to create this song and video and bring my vision to life.” said Bree. “To everyone who has had their heart broken and been left with broken dreams of a relationship and future with someone – you are strong and WILL find love again. Always believe in yourself and never give up on your dreams or sacrifice them for anyone else.”
Writing and creating music has always been Bree’s way of expressing herself to the world. Being an outgoing and creative child, she was writing poems, stories, lyrics, and even participated in her school choir starting a 6-years old. As she got older, she eventually picked up some instruments such as the piano, flute and guitar.
Her instructor’s describe her as an emotional and giftedsinger with a powerful and unique voice. But her creativity doesn’t stop at just music. Bree has made a name for herself on YouTube as a beauty blogger. On her channel (Bree Taylor) she shares her passion for makeup, skincare and beauty products along with her music related videos.
In a YouTube video that Bree posted, she explained more about “Broken Dreams” to her fans as well as the story behind what actually happened.
“I was broken up with in a text message, which is pretty shady for anyone and the most cowardly thing that I think any guy could do or person can do to another human being,” she said in the video. “I believe that everything happens for a reason and this is kind of an example of that. This relationship had to happen so I could be right here right now filming this video in front of you guys.”
If you love artists like Hailee Steinfeld, P!nk, Miley Cyrus, Daya, Demi Lovato, you may love Bree Taylor! Be sure to look out for her upcoming EP by following her on social media by clicking on the links seen at the end of this article.
You can buy “Broken Dreams” on iTunes HERE.
Check out the video for “Broken Dreams” below: