Words matter. These are the best Brynn Cartelli Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m going to go with this pop/soul genre that I’m really loving and have always loved. I hope it does well for me, and I’m really excited about the future!
I want to do music, and I want that to be the highlight of everything that I do. I want that at the forefront.
It’s really important to me that the music that I release is true to me and important to me.
I am a very driven and hardworking person, and I am independent, and I feel that I have really good instincts.
When she started crying in my rehearsal, I felt so badly because I was like, ‘I’m making Kelly Clarkson cry right now,’ but it also felt really good because I thought, ‘If she is feeling this, hopefully, America will feel this, too.’
Everyone connects differently with different things.
I feel that I am more aware of my artistry.
I know when something is going to work for me, and I feel when it’s not, so I am going to carry that into the music.
I love telling stories, and I’m a born storyteller. That’s what I do, and that’s what I want to continue to do.
I’m just a hard worker, and I think that you don’t need to have age to be a hard worker.
I want to go to college if I can. That’s really important to me, and I really hope that I get that opportunity to do so.
Work hard, because it’s obviously not always going to be easy. It’s a really hard industry. Put yourself out there and put videos online, because that, honestly, is what changed my life.
I hate when I get pinned down to a genre. I have a sound, a lane I want to go down, but I never want to be stuck in my song choices.
There have been contestants on ‘The Voice’ from past seasons that didn’t even win, and I have been so inspired by them. To think that I am now one of those winners? I really, really hope there is a little girl out there that is believing in herself and knows that she can be here.
I want to do as much as I can – I’m young, and I want to get out there while I still can.
I could not be more thankful to those who voted me through and believed in me.
I can’t just sing karaoke; I can’t do anything to try to sound like other people. I have to find what I naturally sound like and emphasize that.
I don’t want to be ‘Brynn from ‘The Voice” forever.
I’ve really never let my age get in the way of my music.
I’ve grown up in a small town, and I played a lot of sports, so it was always between music and sports. People would ask me, ‘What would you choose?’ And I was always like, ‘I don’t know.’
Doing a song that’s sassy but kind of has that little flair to it, it’s very me.
I have met friends that I will stay connected to for the rest of my life.
Being on ‘The Voice,’ I have a voice. I’m speaking for my generation, and that’s huge.
I love school, and I love learning, and school really does inspire me for a lot of my writing – just being in public school with people and watching things happen.
It’s so important to just be nice to everyone and be respectful.
The support from back home has been more than I ever expected. They always knew me as the lacrosse player or the girl playing field hockey. Now they’re seeing me on national TV, and they’ve been so supportive.
Everyone deserves love.
I’m just really excited to get music out there that’s not from the show, because it’s cool to be able to break out and have my own stuff under my own name.
I wouldn’t trade this experience for the world, and I hope I get to be a part of ‘The Voice’ for as long as I can.
I want to do a darker, pop soul kind of feel.