You can hear the difference in some of the hits she has written for others, including The Band Perry's "Better Dig Two" (No.
"Baby, if you want the girl next door, then go next door," Brandy Clark twangs on her new single "Girl Next Door," seemingly sticking it to a demanding lover.
A few years ago, when Clark emerged as a recording artist, country radio was at the peak of its reliance on testosterone-juiced, youthful fantasies of painting the small town red.
Clark's specialty is pretty much the exact opposite: wry, country-folk character studies of working people.
She’s also been linked to Terrence Jenkins, Flo Rida, Tyrese, Usher and even went to prom with Kobe Bryant back in 1996!
While Brandy hasn’t released new music for several years, Sir the Baptist is set to release his debut album this year.
She has grown up with her brother Ray J, so she holds the American nationality and also she is of the Black ethnicity as well. However, her first recording debut was Brandy in 1994 with the R&B band "Something' for the people" which stocked six million copies worldwide and exceeded the Hot R&B Singles chart with the two songs as well.