My Story

Brenda Merritt Music was born from a passion to share my songwriting gift with the world. From my early 30’s I began to get downloads daily, sometimes more.

I sang on EVERY choir available, from junior high to college and EVERY church choir. 

Music has always been a part of my life. My dad was a classical pianist. He even playing for the Grammy Hall of Famers, “The Ink Spots” in the 1940’s.

I credit my firm foundation in singing to “The Carter Years.” I had the honor of singing with THE BEST choral director AND group in the nation – The Morgan State University Choir under the direction of meastro, Dr. Nathan Carter.

My role model was the encomprable Leontyne Price. Her warm luscous voice volume easily filling the room and impecable technique. 

Recently I was challenged to offer my gift to the world. I took that challenge and will perform it.


Graduate of circle Music's Song Mastery Course

Member of Song Mastery The Stellar Song writing course by Grammy Award Winning Song writer and Publisher Seth Mosley.

Prolific Songwriter

200 + Songs

My Mission In Life is to Make Yours Succeed

I have an ear for excellence and the tools to bring it to fruition. 

The Top 3 Things You Should Know About Us


We Will Succeed 

Hard work and impecable record


We Support Underground Rail Road

We support Education and Rescue of Trafficed Children. $1 of each sale will be donated to stop this horrific tragedy.


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Any revisions once final draft is approved is on us

Why You Should Work With Us

There’s a big difference between hearing and listening, and between seeing and perceiving.

  • Your attention must focus on the words you hear and on the action you see. Those words and scenes enter  short-term memory, and are swiftly processed into ideas. If they aren’t swiftly processed, they will be dumped from short-term memory and be gone forever.
  • BrendaMerrittMusic Actively Listens and sees – then interprets your message with percision, enabling attentive listening and perception by your audience so your mood, thought and nuance remain in the viewers’ mind long after the credits roll or they’ve picked the the last popcorn kernal from their teeth. It subconsiously imprints that scene, they way they feel, so they tell others – by mouth or media.

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