"When I began working with Christina, I had to transform from an R&B musician into more of a pop player. I think R&B is a little looser, and you’re able to do extra stuff. Playing pop for someone like Christina or Janet Jackson—who I’ve also worked with—is more about the parts and being a team player. My part has to be played so the bass player can play his part and the keyboard player can play his. It all has to come together."Brain started playing at five years old at Fellowship Tabernacle C.O.G.I. where he learned discipline under the direction of Alexander Ingram. He continued on to pursue music or touring and started to get a lot of recognition in the city of brotherly love. Brian Frasier-Moore was working part-time an editor at a local publication called The Legal Intelligencer" but this job did not satisfy his true love: music. Brian then started to get calls for tours and artist such as Aaliyah, Ginuine and Les Nubians. The last couple of years he plays with Christina Aguilera.
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