Pimms Brooke grew up in North London, her interest in music was sparked by jazz, soul and funk, and iconic artists such as Etta James, Nina Simone, Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra and Celine Dion.
She enrolled in stage school and music college at an early age, honing her craft in the music business, as well as production and song writing, to then venture on and recording, writing and co-producing her EP Under The Layers, which has had major airplay on radio stations, BBC, Virgin and Radio 1. Which is available on all major music platforms.
Pimms has built an impressive profile in Dubai; her eclectic vocal style became a regular staple at some of the city’s most prominent venues, with performances at The Act, Pacha and shows at popular events like Fashion Forward, GQ Magazine and Formula 1. Pimms also became one of the first female artists to perform in Saudi Arabia, with famous artists such as – Mariah Carey, Sean Paul and Tiesto. She has also performed for celebrities such as Will Smith, Vin Diesel and Gordon Ramsey and appeared in Time Out Dubai, Cosmopolitan Magazine and the local Dubai newspapers.
Pimms is back in London and starting to work on new projects for the summer… She has already performed and had radio interviews for popular music platforms such as – Sofar Sounds, BBC Introducing & BBC Radio 2.
Pimms Brooke recently released her EP “Under The Layers” to captivate listeners with her unique style of music. Available in Spotify, the music platform is home to some of the most popular tracks and artists today with the likes of Drake, Post Malone, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheran, Kendrick Lamar, David Guetta, the late Avicii, and many more.
Audience worldwide in all walks of life is drawn to a variety of music and creative creations. People listen to singles and albums all the time but another category is making a name in the music industry, and that is an EP. An EP or Extended Play Record is neither qualified as a single nor an album for a musical recording. This may sound unfamiliar to some, but the whole world has been giving it a good reception, and the numbers are increasing for people who are getting thirsty for the likes of this music every day. Fortunately, the release of “Under the Layers” gives the listening audience another addition to the must-listen-to albums in Spotify.
Pimms Brooke’s unique style of music embraces everything about music! A Londoner who found herself drawn in the power of music decided to launch her career as singer inspired with the music of Amy Winehouse, Barbara Streisand, and Etta James. Being an independent singer and songwriter and music lover herself, she puts her mind and soul into all her tracks where listeners gave her songs a warm reception. This time, listeners can look forward to hearing to the newly launched EP. It’s a six-track EP with a mix of RnB, hip-hop, pop, rock, and soul music. The tracks included are Brighter Day, Base, Not Giving Up, Pain of Glass, and 7 Days, and Notes to Stranger.
The eclectic selection in the album will capture an audience to keep listening to the tracks that will light up every bit of emotion. Anyone can have a little share of the streaming pie in a global scale, but Brooke’s music will inspire her audience with the way she sings each line that will make listeners sway, dance to the groove, tap, and sing their heart out to the beat of each song. The EP has something for everyone to listen to any time and any day.
The EP is all about the celebration of youth and life. Her track selection in “Under the Layers” will leave listeners to discover what lies under the layers of their lives and emotions in building a strong relationship and making it through life. Its all about embracing one’s strengths and weaknesses and breaking free. Brooke launched her musical career in Dubai in 2015, and has been a featuring artist on songs “Show Me the Money.” and “Let Me Know”. Given her talent and good looks, she is continuously asked to try her luck in talent TV shows. But Brooke refuses to do it because according to her, that is a fast route and true artists must work hard and experience rejections from music executives or label companies. She feels these kind of shows are more for publicity, but the experiences for perseverance will build the artists’ strengths and honer their creativity, she adds.