Brittini Black is a beautiful, young country music singer/songwriter who was born with music in her soul. She began singing when she was two years old, and by age eight she was singing intricate harmonies. By the time she was 12, as a member of a mother©\daughter duo, a plan had been mapped out to pursue a career in country music. Over the next few years the duo opened for superstar country acts including Lonestar, Sammy Kershaw, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kenny Rogers and one of their most memorable performances was as the opener for Diamond Rio at the renowned Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. They also received airplay for several of their original songs on country radio stations throughout the west coast.
Brittini moved to Nashville in late 1998 and attended Belmont University, widely known for their prestigious music performance and music business programs, with fellow schoolmates Josh Turner, Sarah Buxton and Lauren Lucas. Brittini began doing many solo projects and performances during her time at Belmont and was selected to perform in Belmont's most prestigious showcase, "The Best of the Best" with alum Brad Paisley, held at the Ryman Auditorium.
Providing her vocal talents for demos in Nashville, Brittini's voice can be heard up and down Music Row. She is also an established songwriter and has written with many of the greatest songwriters in town. Brittini is a regular in the live music scene, had her own show for 2 years at Douglas Corner called "Black Mondays" and has performed at all the popular local venues including the world-renowned Bluebird Caf?|. Brittini plays the mandolin, which has always been her favorite instrument, but she also plays a variety of other instruments including the piano, flute and guitar.
Brittini signed a record deal with Slugfest Records Nashville/ADA Warner Music Group in late 2007 and was cast in the new unscripted television show "BREAKOUT©: The Road to Stardom" being developed for summer 2009.