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BRELAND joins Warner family

Monday, February 28, 2022 – BRELAND has joined the Warner Music Nashville label in partnership with sister label Atlantic Records and Bad Realm Records

Daniel Gerard Breland, who was born in New Jersey, is a Black singer country, rap and soul music.

His 2019 debut single, "My Truck", gained him a following thanks to social media, reaching 26 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, and was remixed with Sam Hunt before being certified platinum for sales of one million units as of January 2021. He released two EPs in 2020.

BRELAND and Keith Urban co-wrote two songs for Urban's September 2020 album, "The Speed of Now Part 1," including the song "Out the Cage" that has Breland adding vocals, and Nile Rodgers's on rhythm guitar, and the track "Soul Food." BRELAND sang on Dierks Bentley's hit "Beers on Me" along with HARDY.

BRELAND will debut and perform his new song "Praise The Lord" live at the 57th Annual ACM Awards on March 7.

"We are thrilled to partner with Atlantic and Bad Realm in welcoming BRELAND to the WMN family," said Warner Music Nashville Chairman & CEO, John Esposito. "It's been so exciting to watch him change the game in this genre and we're beyond proud to join forces with him as he continues to break down barriers for the next generation of Nashville artists."



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