2'Live Bre Marks 1 Year Anniversary with Impact Youth Outreach

Hip Hop artist 2'Live Bre posted on Instagram today commemorating his 1 year anniversary in partnership with Impact Youth Outreach.


Daniel Westbrooks and 2'Live Bre, Impact Youth Outreach
2'Live Bre Poses with IYO Vice President, Daniel Westbrooks

"We making sure our youth come home and stay home." Bre wrote in his caption on his Instagram post.


"[Daniel Westbrooks] I salute ya. October 6th definitely is inspired by these kids behind these walls, I been working with them for a year now and a lot of them are out doing well."


Bre has a show coming up in his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee at Analog in the Hutton Hotel on Thursday, October 6th, starting at 7:30pm. He dedicates his show to the kids who are working hard to change their futures - even when the odds are stacked against them.


"Today is the future." He finished. Impact Youth Outreach is a non-profit organization that is serving at-risk, disadvantaged youth in the Greater Nashville area. They're currently looking for more mentors like Bre, so if you're interested do reach out to them at info@impactyouthnow.org for more info.


The former Netflix's Rhythm and Flow contestant, is now a judge on America's number 1 singing competition online, Shine, and recently released a single titled "Pray 2 God" that charted on iTunes.


2'Live Bre, Ashthon Jones and Brandon Stewart in Shine, Returning for Season 3 on BTV Brandon TV September 25th the number one #1 singing competition in America
2'Live Bre, Ashthon Jones and Brandon Stewart in Shine, Returning for Season 3

At one time, Bre had a YouTube page that had garnered over millions of views and 100k subscribers - but now it is gone. Sources close to Bre told BTV Insider that it was stolen and sabotaged. "He's been bullied by people who really don't want to see him succeed," a source close to Bre said. Recently, Bre has been bouncing back.


"A lot of people don’t like to claim depression," Bre told Nashville Scene, in an exclusive interview months ago. He continued, "So many people are dealing with this in a secretive way. I’m like, "Let me be the voice."


Bre has learned that helping the next generation, much like he does on Shine, is what brings him the most happiness. His company Butterfly Nation, a sponsor of the show at Analog, will be giving a portion of the proceeds to youth camps in the summer of 2023. Other sponsors for the event include Red Bull and Primms Appetit.



BTV Insider can confirm a season 4 of Shine is "already in the works," according the Bre, and a spin-off seems to be as well. During BTV Insider's last talk with him, Bre told us that he is "actually working with BTV on a variety of new things."


Don't miss Bre in the return of Shine this month on September 25th, and grab a ticket to his show before they're all sold out.