Brande Pa’trice is an American Pop/Rap style recording artist, pianist, and songwriter from Memphis, TN. Bringing a unique flavor, Brande enhances the underground scene with her stage presence by incorporating her resume of dance choreography and majorette talents. Prestigiously, Brande Pa'trice is a former majorette of Hamilton High School in Memphis, Tennessee, and majorette captain of Texas Southern University “Ocean of Soul Marching Band”. Though she has been dancing since the tender age of five, now a more seasoned entertainer, Brande Pa'trice is noted as the Rising New Artist of Memphis, TN with credited performances at Super Bowl XXXVIII with Texas Southern University, and the Dodge Dress Houston Annual Fashion Expo 2010-2015 causing critics to label her the "Queen of Innovation". Later expanding her talents in genres such as Urban, Pop, R&B and Rap to name a few, she has performed halftime for the Harlem Globetrotters and Headlined for Flower of Power in Austin, Texas.
Brande Pa'trice signifies growth, trials, and a new outlook on life. She has taken the Pop/R&B feel and gravitated to Rap merging the two creating Urban Pop with an explosion of Baton Twirling.
Born February 9, Brande learned that she could dance naturally, and wasn’t camera shy at the age of four. Brande had been performing her own shows in her backyard, school, and any place that she could. She loved being in front of the camera all of the time. There was never a holiday or moment, for that matter, she let pass by without her dancing, singing, or simply being known. She also took vocal lessons, sung with numerous choirs, and also trained with other singers and vocal groups. She earned a business and majorette scholarship to Texas Southern University by live auditioning. Some of her inspirations are Quincy Jones, Teena Marie, Diana Ross, James Brown, and MC Hammer just to name a few. Business mogul, artist, and fashion designer, Sean Combs is one of her idols that she emulates and strives to be like. She was noted Music Business Student of the Year in Houston, Texas.