When Rick Ross said that the moguls should end the competition by simply calling Jay-Z to let him know there’s some talent coming in, I thought, “Not a bad idea, Ross…” But The-Dream had something even more exciting in mind for Bria.
Bria has been a standout from the beginning of the competition, but never in her wildest dreams did she think she would be hearing The-Dream say these four words: “You’re signed, boo boo.”
Not only is The-Dream hooking Bria up with a record deal, he is moving her out to Atlanta because he believes that, “If you don’t help you first, we can’t help nobody.” As you’ll recall, Bria and her family have been through a lot, so setting Bria up and making sure that she has everything she needs for success is huge for the 19-year-old. And as if that isn’t enough, he also pulls an Oprah and tells her that she’ll be getting a new ride.
Ah, Bria, think of all of the traffic you can sit in now!
Not that she’s crying about Atlanta traffic (although, I would be. Have you seen it?) she’s emotional because “Everything [she’s] ever dreamt about or thought was going to happen to [her] is happening.”
Congratulations on getting SIGNED, Bria!