Hailing from East London and at the tender age of 17, Mz Bratt is already an inspirational figure to many in the world of UK Urban/Dance music and TV, I caught up with the little fox for a chat.
Hello there pretty, how are things going in your lovely world?
Things are going great, bit tired but enjoying everything.
To anyone who hasn’t heard of you yet, how would you describe your sound?
my sound is fun, cheeky, endorsing female empowerment. very up tempo!
Tell us a bit about the inspiration behind your new record 'Who Do You Think You Are'
The song is about the way guys approach females in clubs n stuff, and kinda wanted to take the micky out it in the song. On the more serious note, informs people that guys need to approach girls in a more respectful way.
If you were going to give us just one song of yours to listen to so that you would become our new favourite singer, what would it be?
My single, who do you think you are.
If you could cover another musician’s song, what would it be?
Michael Jackson- Dirty Diana
And can you sum up yourself in just five words?
I can in 4 - be real and true to-yourself (BRATT!)
What makes you stand out from the crowd?
My hair!! I'm young fresh and fun!
You know we’re having a bit of an economic crisis here at the moment, if people wanted to spend their last £10 on a cd this weekend, why should they buy yours?
Because I’ll brighten your weekend!
What three bands would you have to headline your dream festival?
Ndubz, Gym Class Heros and Tinchy Stryder
What has been your favourite musical memory to date?
Being on MusiCool
Who do you think is the greatest artist around at the moment?
Beyonce - she is amazing!
If you could only listen to one CD for the rest of your life, what would it be?
The mis-education of Lauren Hill or Eminem
Okay, now we want to ask you some random questions; Name an experience which features an animal that you will never forget.
My mum flushed my fish down the toilet - that was sad!
What one thing did you always want as a child but never got?
To go Disney land
Cheers, good luck with everything & thanks for making my day slightly more entertaining!
FemaleFirst - Ruth Harrison