About Ashley Brinton:
Following in the footsteps of her idols Adele, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Lana Del Rey, Ashley is a singer and songwriter. At the young age of 10, Ashley wrote, recorded and produced a music video for her first song, “Come Along.” Shortly thereafter, she followed up with recordings and video productions for “Fairytale Ending” (age 11) and “You’ll Know” (age 12), a video co-starring Disney Channel star Jake Short.
Review Fix: What inspired your upcoming album?
Ashley Brinton: I wanted to make music that had a message, that can inspire people.
Review Fix: Why is “All I Need” a special track?
Brinton: All I Need really stood out to me because, it filled me with awe-inspiring passion, every time I listened to it, and I wanted to share that with everyone.
Review Fix: What was filming the video like?
Brinton: Filming the music video for All I Need was an experience I will never forget. The video was shot over three days, that were very cold. The locations were so diverse, and the video was filmed in New York City, which is one of my favorite places in the world.
Review Fix: What was it like to work with Tenzing Trainor?
Brinton: Working with Tenzing was a blast! He’s so funny and full of life. I think we work really well together.
Review Fix: Bottom line, why should someone buy this album?
Brinton: If you are having a bad day a great day or anything in between, this album will make you feel like you can conquer the world.
Review Fix: How do you want this album to be remembered?
Brinton: Since this is my first album I want people to remember this as the beginning of something wonderful.
Review Fix: What’s next?
Brinton: I’m working on my next music video. I’m hoping to share it with everyone, by the beginning of March. Get ready for the EP.
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