Credit: Sasha Brown
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Credit: Sasha Brown
Sasha Brown is a singer/songwriter/saxophonist and Radio Presenter on Hoxton Radio/DJ.
Sasha emerged in the music scene after her collaboration with
Nathan Barato on their Top 40 Track, “Talk On”. She quickly built her way
up to the top, having gained support from industry tastemakers such as
Rinse FM, BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong and Kiss Radio.
Sasha is regarded as a prominent staple in the DJ scene, playing at events
such as Secret Garden Party, London Fashion Week, World Record
Store Day and Somerset House.
Her debut single, ‘Parallel’ marked Sasha as a pop artist to watch. The single was co written by Sasha, Jason Elliot and Ellie Goulding collaborator, Joe Kearns. 'Parallel' was premiered by Clash Magazine, supported by Kiss Radio, Capital Xtra's Music Potential, BBC Introducing, 1883 Magazine and was added to Topshop’s in store playlist.
Sasha is about to release her second single, ‘Model Behaviour’ on the 2nd November, with a Kick Ass Launch Party at MNKY HSE, Dover Street.
Kiss Radio - DJ Justin Wilkes:
'Sasha earns her stripes as 'one to watch' with this sultry, catchy, yet chilled summer track.'
'Sasha Brown is a multi-faceted talent.'
'She quickly built her way up to the top, having gained support from industry tastemakers such as Rinse FM and BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong.'
Game of Quick Fire With Sasha Brown:
Pizza or Pasta?
S: Pizza-but its gotta have a tomato base or nah!
First song you were obsessed with?
S: Abba-the whole of the Gold album! Or maybe the happy gang...no ABBA. I started playing saxophone at 9 and I couldn't read music at the time so I asked my teacher to write out all the letters on the music book so that I could play it. I still have the markings!
What was the first gig you went to?
Hearsay! Do you remember them from Pop Idol or something?! I was also obsessed with S Club Juniors too...wow, I sound cool.
Which song do you wish you'd written?
U2- Stuck in a Moment. I loved that song growing up. It's an absolute classic and just forever timeless.
Night in or Night out?
Out, definitely out. There's too much going on in London to stay in. Plus, I'd have nothing to talk about on my radio show if I stayed in. So really, it's compulsory.