Behind the Song
Saint Brown, a resilient and talented artist, hails from Washington, DC, where he was faced with numerous challenges that forced him to leave home at a young age. Despite the difficulties he encountered on the streets of DC, Saint found solace in the performing arts, specifically acting and music. Using his early experiences as inspiration, Saint poured his heart and soul into his art, using music as a vehicle to release negative memories and heal from his past traumas. His love for the performing arts only grew stronger as he continued to overcome adversity and make strides in his personal and professional life. Today, Saint Brown is a Registered Nurse in the Washington, DC area, dedicating himself to helping patients on a daily basis. Despite his busy schedule, he continues to pursue his passion for music, always seeking out opportunities to use his talents to help others. Through his perseverance and passion, Saint has become a beacon of hope and inspiration to those around him, showing that even in the face of adversity, one can overcome their struggles and achieve their dreams. For fans who have never heard your music, can you pick three words to describe it?!
emotional, storytelling, riveting
What is your favorite part about being an artist? Is it songwriting, performing, recording, something else? Tell us why: whenever I get an email from a fan telling me how my song touched them because they can personally relate to it. That is a great feeling and the reason I make the music!
Can you tell us what being in the recording studio is like for you?: Its like being at a job, but a fun one. lol. I always get a little nervous when I first get there, but quickly get into it and then wit for the finished product. When I hear myself coming across the speakers in the studio, its almost it is like a different person. I can actually feel the emotion I put into the song. Okay, this a fun question. When you are not doing music, what else do you enjoy doing? Scuba diving, being a Registered Nurse and helping patients, video games, dancing! Who do you admire most in the music scene today and why? Any artist that still has creativity. I have a lot of love for indie artists. I feel their music is more genuine. Can you tell us what song you've written that is the most emotional and describe the meaning behind it? I would say it s a tie between "One Day" and my newest song "G.O.A.S.: Graduation of a Saint" both song hit home for how I grew up with no parents. I spent a lot of time on the street, getting in trouble and headed nowhere fast. This is the depiction in One Day and the new growth and evolution I have achieved in later years is conveyed in G.O.A.S. both songs bring tears to my eyes when I listen to them.