Briannagh D Says ‘Run My Check’ In Catchy New Pop Song Featuring Jadakiss

20 year old Briannagh D has talent and experience beyond her years, and has performed professionally as a singer, dancer, musician (piano) and actor. At the age of 12 the New Jersey native released her debut, ‘American Fab Kid’, and since that time she has continued to gain a loyal following, continuing to perform her music for a wide range of audiences across the United States, United Kingdom, and the Caribbean.

Briannagh D’s 2018 single, ‘Feel the Beat’ topped the Tempo Caribbean charts in over 24 countries, and in 2020 her song, ‘Grateful’, exceeded a million YouTube streams. In 2022 Briannagh is well on her way to break even more ground in the world of music and entertainment.

Briannagh’s latest song, ‘Run My Check’, featuring Jadakiss, has an upbeat rhythm and catchy melody, which is sure to get audiences dancing and singing along. The track features a rap by Jadakiss, while Briannagh explains just how people should not take advantage of her kindness and generosity, in particular when it comes to borrowing her money.

Jadakiss’s rap continues this theme, exploing how it’s the character makes a person, not what’s in their wallet. The song serves as a warning to those who try to rip Briannagh off, and break their promise to return her money: she won’t forget their unpaid tabs.

The music video for ‘Run My Check’ features a special appearance from renowned comedian Michael Blackson, and captures her as she roams the streets of Beverly Hills, window shopping. Briannagh poses outside the shops, and then sings and dances in front of a red Ferrari, along with Blackson. There’s also shots of her and the dancers jamming to her track, and while Jadakiss raps, Briannagh joins in the dancing.

You can watch the music video for ‘Run My Check’ below. Briannagh D can be found online on her official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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