Briannagh Dennehy: Singer/Songwriter, Actress, and Dancer
Despite being 22 years old, New Jersey-born singer/songwriter, actress, and dancer Briannagh Dennehy has spent over a decade imprinting her mark on the music and acting world. At just 10 years old, Briannagh D presented her vocal abilities to ABC News in August of 2012, in which just 10 months later she would go on to perform at the Apollo Theater stage to compete in the Showtime at the Apollo’s finalist round. If you thought that performing at music festivals in the U.S. and the U.K. would be impressive enough, Briannagh D took it to the next level with her performance on the stage in the Caribbean at the 2017 St. Kitts Music Festival. The St. Kitts Music Festival has previously had acts such as Chris Brown, Lionel Richie, and Lauryn Hill perform for one of the island’s biggest annual summer events. The following year, her single “Feel the Beat” shot to number 1 in over 24 countries on the Tempo Caribbean charts. After collaborating with Cassidy on “That Feeling” in 2019, Briannagh D followed up the success of the song with the music video’s premiere on Nickelodeon’s music channel “Nick Music.” After this, Briannagh walked the 2019 MTV VMA red carpet and spent the night as a television correspondent, interviewing artists on the red carpet. Her 2020 single "Grateful," amassed over one million views on YouTube. In July of 2021, Briannagh performed in Times Square for Wonderama’s Summer Concert Series. From her appearances on Disney Channel’s Bizaardvark to NBC’s Emmy-award-winning television series “This Is Us,” the IMDb-credited actress has a promising acting future ahead. Briannagh refuses to shy away from the music and acting scene anytime soon. With her 2022 single "Run My Check" (feat. Jadakiss), Briannagh D dominated the music scene earning a #38 spot on the iTunes charts. Briannagh has continued to bring the heat in 2023 with her most recent release, "Elevate." Racking in over 1.6 million views in a viral Instagram reel, international talent group "Ghetto Kids" brought their Ugandan flare to the original "Elevate" choreography.