Street Light

R&B/POP single celebrating the strength of survivors.

Rising artist, Branjae, is on a mission with her fresh single, “Street Light” to celebrate survivors of domestic violence, inspire individuals to leave before violence erupts & to empower those experiencing abuse to escape. The throwback R&B/Pop infused groove is focused on the celebration of strength.

With new partnerships developing, Branjae has connected with DVIS (Domestic Violence Intervention Services) in Tulsa, to inform those seeking help about intervention services, bring awareness to the cause, and educate young adults on the signs. A portion of all “Street Light” support/GoFundMe donations will benefit DVIS and their continued efforts to break the cycles of abuse. Branjae hopes to connect people to organizations similar to DVIS, throughout the nation, as she promotes and performs on the road.



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Branjae is the birth child of Classic Soul, Funk and R&B. With a culmination of lyrical depths, energetic theatrical performances and genre fluidity, her storytelling style comes as unique as the personas she embodies. Branjae’s fearless and energetic showcase, encourages elevated consciousness by connecting with her audiences for the soul purpose of creating unity and harmony. Born in the city of Motown and rooted in the city of The Gap Band and Leon Russell, songwriter Branjae established herself as a full-bodied, triple entertainer. Singing, dancing, and acting her way into the hearts of concert audiences from Tulsa to Austin’s SXSW, from Atlanta to Chicago, and across the sea to England, Branjae has developed a tailing of followers. In 2018, she went on to earn awards from Absolute Best of Tulsa, 5 nominations for the “We are Tulsa Music Awards”, and gained recognition from Oklahoma Magazine for being named as Oklahoma Best of 2018 alongside Hanson and The Flaming Lips. In 2019, Billboard Magazine premiered the video for her single “Street Light”, she was asked to participate in the Emmy Award winning series “Play It Loud” and was mentioned in the June issue of American Way Magazine representing Tulsa music. Her voice has been likened to the rasp of Lauryn Hill, the alto register of India Arie, and the soul of Nina Simone, while her stage presence heavily influenced by the leg work of Tina Turner, confidence of Michael Jackson, and the commanding presence of Freddie Mercury.
Branjae has developed an abundance of experience as an entertainer. She’s opened/shared the stage with Thundercat, Fishbone, Ohio Players, RC and the Grits (Erykah Badu’s current band), Andy Frasco and the late Wayman Tisdale. She also co-fronts the loud, funky, socially opinionated band, Count Tutu, alongside songwriter and guitar player, Nathan Wright.

-Official SXSW Artist 2018, 2019, 2020
-5X Nominee – Tulsa Music Awards 2019
-4X Nominee – Tulsa Music Awards
-Oklahoma Magazine – Best of the Best 2018
-Art Directors of Tulsa Graphex Awards
Best Director – Jeremy Charles
“Everybody Needs” 2018
-Art Directors of Tulsa Graphex Awards
Best Photography – Josh New
“Street Light” 2019