Breana Marin

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Background information
Born (1989-02-14) February 14, 1989 (age 32)
Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
  • Contemporary R&B Alternative R&B, Pop music
  • Pop, Hip hop music
  • Hip hop
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • Keyboard
Years active2011-present
Associated acts
  • Fifth Harmony
  • Keyshia Cole
  • Phora
  • Brandy Norwood
  • Brandy
  • Letoya Luckett

Breana Marin is an American singer-songwriter.[3] She is best known for her work with Fifth Harmony, Keyshia Cole, and Phora and for music features in Star (TV series) and Empire (2015 TV series).[4] In addition, Marin licenses R&B and Hip hop music hooks to independent artists globally.[3]

Background and career

Breana Marin was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV, later moved to Los Angeles and graduated from the Musicians Institute.[5] From there, she secured placements as a co-writer on the now platinum-selling album Reflection (Fifth Harmony album) (Fifth Harmony),[6] Back 2 Life (LeToya Luckett album) (Letoya Luckett),[7] and Point of No Return (Keyshia Cole album) (Keyshia Cole).[8] Marin later created Love Pulse Music, a collective of songwriters and producers.[9]

Beatstars, a beat licensing platform popular in the producer and indie artist community,[10] transformed how Breana released music. She partnered with producers such as Dreamlife Beats,[11][12][13] Mantra,[14][15] DJ Pain 1, and Young Taylor[16][17] and began selling hip-hop hooks on her Beat Store (Love Pulse Music). Since 2016, Marin has released 180 hooks and became a top-performing artist on Beatstars.[18][19]

Musical style

Breana's music has been described as "uncluttered R&B with Caribbean influences[20]and a mesh between melodious and crystalline."[21]

When asked by Mundane Magazine what inspires her to write her lyrics and storytelling, Marin explained that she writes from real-life experiences and personal perspective. "If something big has just happened to me, I write out the story in my notes and then try to create a melody around what I wrote."[22]



Title Album Year
Songs About Us
"Back Burner"
Songs About Us
Songs About Us


Title Year
In The Meantime


Guest Appearances

Title Album Additional Details
"Space" by Phora Feat Breana Marin"
Love Is Hell (2018)
Featured Artist
"Love Me Like" by Phora"
Love Is Hell (2018)
Co-writer, Additional Vocals
"Feel" by Phora"
Love Is Hell (2018)
Outro Vocal, Co-writer
"Motion Sickness" by Nyck Caution"
Anywhere But Here (2021)
Hook Vocals, Co-writer


Title TV Show Additional Details
"All Love"- Star Cast: Luke James, Brittany O’Grady"
Co-writer, Background Vocals
"Believe In Me" - Star Cast: Ryan Destiny"
"All I Need" - Star Cast: Brandy"
"For Sure"- Star Cast: Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny, Brittany O’Grady"
"Ibiza"- Empire Cast: Serayah, Yazz"

Songwriting and Vocal Production

Title Album Additional Details
"Loving You" by Letoya Luckett"
Back 2 Life (LeToya Luckett album)|Back 2 Life
Co-writer, Background Vocals
""Middle" by Letoya Luckett"
Back 2 Life (LeToya Luckett album)|Back 2 Life
Co-writer, Background Vocals
"Going Nowhere"
Reflection (Fifth Harmony album)
"All Mine" by F(x)"
All Mine (f(x) song)|All Mine (single)
Co-writer, Background Vocals
"Rick James" by Keyshia Cole"
Point of No Return (Keyshia Cole album) (2014)
Co-writer, Background Vocals, Vocal Production
""No Complications" By Keyshia Cole"
Point of No Return (Keyshia Cole album) (2014)
Co-writer, Background Vocals, Vocal Production
"(I Won’t Cry) Almost More" by Bridget Kelly"
All Or Nothing


  1. "BREANA MARIN: INTERVIEW". Unclear Magazine.
  2. "Breana Marin Interview: New Single "Work", Writing for Brandy, Fifth Harmony & More".
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Breana Marin Officially Drops "Work"".
  4. "Breana Marin | Credits".
  5. "A Conversation with Breana Marin: CEO of Love Pulse Music". Fresh & Local ATL.
  6. "Gold & Platinum".
  7. "Back 2 Life - LeToya Luckett | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic".
  8. "Point of No Return - Keyshia Cole | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic".
  9. "#FMSpotlight: Breana Marin – "Back Burner" (Listen)". 14 July 2021.
  10. "Buy Beats Online | Download Beats | Rap Beats For Sale | Instrumentals For Sale". BeatStars.
  11. "The Artist Dream Contest with DreamLifeBeats & Breana Marin". The Artist Dream Contest with DreamLifeBeats & Breana Marin.
  12. "Artist Search for "dreamlife beats"". AllMusic.
  14. "Mantra | Beats By Mantra".
  15. Madden, Sidney. "Mantra Connects With Future to Help Craft Beats for 'Selfish' and 'Fresh Air' - XXL". XXL Mag.
  16. "YoungTaylor".
  17. "Young Taylor Songs, Albums, Reviews, Bio & More". AllMusic.
  18. "Breana Marin Talks Opportunities for Singers & Songwriters on BeatStars". 14 November 2018.
  19. "BeatStars All-Stars: Make 6 Figures Selling Beats Online".
  22. "R&B Songstress and Songwriter, Breana Marin Releases New Single, "Work"". 14 June 2021.

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