Growing up Silver Spring , MD as the oldest of two children, Briana Rae was born on September 20 ,1997. She lived in a house filled with music and love. Her family is very musically inclined and Briana heard everything from Kirk Franklin to Whitney Houston. Those different styles of music, as well as a strong presence in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, helped to shape Briana Rae as a singer as well as a person.
Briana Rae developed a love for singing from a very young age. Throughout the course of her young musical career, Briana Rae has won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life. She performed her first solo at the age of 5, “The Potter's House" and she has been singing ever since. She has touched the ears and hearts of her listeners in talent shows, school musicals, and as a member of Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir. She has also performed the National Anthem for Montgomery County salute to veterans. She is currently attending Morgan State University.
Briana Rae has inspired audiences locally. She in return has also been motivated by her supporters, each having made their impact on her ministry. The people to whom she ministers often draw out of her what they need and that’s how she is able to write songs. It encourages Briana Rae to feel the love and appreciation of those to whom she is able to minister. Performing at a variety of venues, making dozens of appearances, all the while recording new singles such as her debut single "Save Me," Briana Rae has earned the admiration and affection of countless fans, serving as both an inspiration and an initiator of intimacy with God through worship.