Brejé, the 13-year-old rapper/singer/dancer/actor from Boston, has been touring the country getting the world to “Twist Wit It,” (that’s his hit song and dance) playing everywhere from California to Maine with artists from Ne-Yo to the Jonas Brothers. But he had time this summer to stop by Scholastic to chat with Matthew from the Scholastic Kids Press Corp.
Brejé got Matt up and dancing to his hit song, “Twist Wit It.” And you can learn it too! Get up and dance with (or just watch) this exclusive Scholastic video.
Now that you’re totally hooked on “Twist Wit It,” here are five more must-know things to know about Brejé:
If you’re wondering about the name, Brejé, it’s pronounced bre-zay and is French, meaning “protector” and guardian”.
- Brejé gets his inspiration from his family. And Michael Jackson.
- Brejé gives great advice. One piece of advice? “Usually, we wait for someone else to make the change. Instead of waiting, why don’t you make the change yourself?”
- Brejé’s favorite subjects in school are math and social studies.
- The books Brejé would recommend to other kids are the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson.
—Carly H., STACKS Staffer