If Brandy Was Singing In Disguise on the Subway, Would You Wanna Be Down? (Video)

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For more than two decades, Brandy has entertained audiences around the world, both as a singer and an actress. But, is she good enough for New York City subway riders?

The talented Ms. Norwood went undercover, underground in the transit tunnels of the Big Apple. Wearing a scarf, hoodie and large sunglasses, she boarded a train, with a camera person in tow, and began to “sing her heart out,” albeit tongue-in-cheek. In typical New York fashion, she drew nary a glance, becoming another piece of New York Subway Art.

At the end, one sympathetic rider did tell her she had talent and to “go for it,” after giving her some constructive feedback about being too into herself and needing to engage better with the people. As Frank Sinatra’s classic says, “if you can make it there…” Check out the video.

If you had been on that subway car, would have given Brandy money or even looked up from your phone?

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