Brooke Law Keen to Explore Music Activism

She started releasing her music barely 12 months ago but has already accumulated over 450k streams on Spotify and 250K views on YouTube!

Her last track 'See Ya Later' was selected as the ‘track of the month’ on BBC Music Introducing Essex and the singer herself was selected as an ‘artist to watch for’ in 2019. She was also chosen as the final BBC Music Introducing ‘artist of 2018’ on BBC Asian Network and was play-listed at the start of 2019.

These accolades, among others, speak volumes of the talent that is Brooke Law. To the UK based singer/songwriter, being able to make music has been one of the most gratifying things ever. 
“Like most people I’ve had lots of knocks that I could dwell on but the ups are so exciting and to have so much support when finally releasing music has been the most rewarding thing. Everybody’s been turned down from a job in the past but that’s how we get the drive to be our best. But when you achieve something you are proud of it’s the best feeling”, said the musician.

Brooke is also very passionate when it comes to raising awareness and promoting women’s empowerment. She shed some light in regards to the various initiatives that she was actively involved in. 
“Releasing my own music independently has been my greatest achievement. My song ‘Hidden’ was inspired by the film 'Hidden Figures' based on the true story of three African American women in the 1960’s who, despite facing significant racism and sexism, managed to make a remarkable contribution to the NASA space programme. To feel that I've raised awareness of London Black Women’s project and the issues that women have to face around the world has been so rewarding and uplifting.
“In the last year, I started volunteering with ‘Million Women Rise’ which has been an amazing experience, I’ve learnt so much and have been so inspired musically and personally”, she said.

The singer, who plans to drop a brand new EP this April and organize a tour with her band to promote the new material said she was excited to be working on new music again. Her goal remains that of using her music to positively impact the society around her.
“I've been writing and collaborating with various producers and artists since I was 17, crafting my artistry and experimenting with my sound, which has been one ongoing project but having different directions has made the journey full of surprises and changes.
“I am currently looking for live agent backing to get on some festivals and support slots. I’d like to say more with my music and continue to develop my understanding of world issues in order to become a musical activist”, said Brooke.