Who is Briana Babineaux?
Briana Babineaux is an American urban contemporary gospel music artist and musician. She is best known by her brand and stage name, Bri. She started singing at the age of three and went on to graduate from Northside High School in Lafayette, Louisiana with the class of 2012.
Briana Babineaux Age
Babineaux is 27 years old as of 2021. She was born on August 26, 1994 in Honolulu Hawaii. She celebrates her birthday on 26th of August every year.
Briana Babineaux Height
Babineaux stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Briana Babineaux Family
Babineaux’s biological father Shawnta Babineaux was a military man who served in the Marines. Her parents divorced when she was two years old and she was there by raised by her mother Shannon Miller and step-father, Louis Miller.
Briana Babineaux Husband
Babineaux is married to her husband and best friend, Keeslon Fontenot. They married in the presence of family and close friends. The couple is blessed with a baby boy who was born in November 2021.
Briana Babineaux Education
Babineaux enrolled at University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she majored in criminal justice.
Briana Babineaux Ethnicity
Babineaux was born to a family of mixed ethnic background.
Briana Babineaux Net Worth
Babineaux has an estimated net worth of $550,000. She has earned this figure from her successful music career. Her exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Briana Babineaux Career As a Musician
Babineaux’s music career debuted in 2014, when she began posting videos of herself singing on her Youtube platform, which have earned thousands of views. Her first live album, Keys to My Heart, was issued out on March 25, 2016, through Tyscot Records, and she began recording music professionally in 2015.
Briana Babineaux Kanye
As the dust settles after Kanye West’s unexpected release of “Donda” on Aug. 29, 2021, several details about the album have surfaced, including the list of celebrities that featured to every tune. Although almost all of his collaborators have been cooperative, others have spoken out against the rapper due to his involvement and removal of certain artists that contributed to “Donda.”
Straight to the point, Gospel artist Bri Babineaux, opted to criticize Kanye over his song “Lord I Need You.” Bri Babineaux fans were quick to notice that she had a significant role on the song “Lord I Need You” after it was finally released on streaming platforms. Bri, on the other hand, was not listed in any of the album’s authorized credits and was apparently unaware that her voice had been sampled on the track.
According to Bri, Kanye didn’t get Bri’s approval to use her voice on the music, according to Bri. Bri criticized him for not verifying with her or compensating her financially for the sample in a now-deleted Instagram post. While some outspoken fans backed Bri’s accusations on Instagram and Twitter, Kanye and his manager, Abou “Bu” Thiam, have yet to reply to her charges.
B. Slade, the original composer of the religious piece that Bri recorded and was sampled on “Lord I Need You,” responded to the gospel singer’s charges against Kanye with his own social media post. B. Slade stated in a message to followers that the music was not Bri’s to clear because she had released her version of the song online without first consulting him.
Briana Babineaux Songs
- Make Me Over
- My Everything
- Love You Forever
- Hoy Spirit
- Jacob’s Song
- I’ll Be the One
- My Hands Are Lifted Up
- Set a Fire
- I’m Desparate
- No Bondage
- You Are Good
- So Good
- Baptize Us Again
- Raise A Hallelujah
- King Of My Heart
- My Name Is Bri