Gina Brooklyn's "Warning" Is Making Major Music Buzz

Singer-Songwriter Gina Brooklyn's latest single “Warning,” lets listeners in on Gina's emotions of a break up with complete transparency. Her lyrics are heart-felt and the somber beat and flow are a perfect fit. Anyone who has experienced a broken heart can relate with this track.

According to a recent press release Gina’s talent was discovered at just fifteen years old, when she co-wrote and recorded her song "From the Outside" with two multi-platinum songwriting legends Mike Shimshack and Stephanie Lewis. The song was quickly nominated in the 2016 Hollywood Songwriting Contest, won a bronze medal at the 2017 Global Music Awards, and placed as a finalist in the 2017 John Lennon Songwriting Contest.

Her awards and nominations prompted Brooklyn to release her debut, self-titled EP in March of 2017. The EP included her hit song "Faceless" which won the Artist Revelation category at the American Tracks Music Awards in June of 2017. Additionally, her song "Beauty All Around" was nominated for “Best Pop Song” at the 2018 RoundGlass Music Awards in New York City. The nomination was listed amongst such music Legends as Ringo Starr, Grammy Nominated Artist Kokayi, and Traci Braxton.

Next weekend on September 14th Gina will be performing at The Rockwood Hall, the second biggest Rock Club in NYC, followed by her appearance the next day at the Coney Island Film Fest where her hit video “Normal” has been nominated for Best Music Video.

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