BRANDON BEAL Biography.
Brandon Eujim O’Bryant Beal (born December 16, 1983) is an American singer/songwriter/producer. He gained musical recognition through his independent album Comfortable released in 2006, (a collaboration with Danish/American producer Multiman), and to date has sold over 65,000 units. Brandon Beal has also worked with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Flo Rida, J. Lewis, Juelz Santana, Karina Pasian, Stacie Orrico, Kato, Lukas Graham and Eric Saade. Brandon says that his main musical influence is his brother, singer/songwriter Teron Beal, who has written songs for Michael Jackson and many others.
In February 2011, Brandon went to Scandinavia to work with upcoming producer/remix DJ Rasmus Hedegaard on an Urban/Dance album. Brandon and Rasmus, also known as Beal & Ras toured Denmark with Kato, Camille Jones, Ida Corr, and Infernal (Danish band). Their first single “Money” stayed on the Danish Dance charts for 14 weeks peaking at #13 They released their second single “I Like It” feat. Troo.L.S on August 18, 2011.
Brandon was featured on “My House 2.0” on Kato’s latest album Discolized 2.0. The song peaked at #40 on Hitlisten without being an official single. He is also featured on Kato’s single “Never Let U Go” that also features Snoop Dogg. That single debuted at #2 on Hitlisten in its first week of release.
He also work alongside Danish Singer Lukas Graham on his debut album, which was #1 on the album charts for 11 weeks, and to date has gone 3x platinum. On October 22, 2012, Lukas released his 4th single “Better Than Yourself” which was also co-written by Brandon, debut at #1 on Hitlisten, and is his biggest selling single to date.
In 2014, he released his song “Twerk It Like Miley” produced by Hedegaard and featured young Danish singer Christopher. The single reached number one on Tracklisten, the official Danish Singles Chart and later received a Danish Grammy for “Club Hit of the Year”.