NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- "LOVE," a NEW, feel-good song and video, celebrating love, lovers, and acceptance by "BriGuel," the self-proclaimed Jewish Beyoncé and Jay-Z artist-couple, Brianne Berkson and Miguel Gluckstern. The song reintroduces Terrence Harding, aka Klept, a member of Notorious B.I.G.'s rap group Junior M.A.F.I.A., rapping and asking, "What happened to the love?"
"Our goal is to spread a positive message, despite this era of hate and fear, inspiring 'LOVE,'" said Berkson. "As an artist-couple, we play, laugh, have fun and want to make the world happier through our comedy and music. We make fun of ourselves, share our truth, and create work that puts more light in the world."
The prolific duo has also developed a comedic TV series about the NYC artist life and hustle, titled "BriGuel," in which everyone plays themselves, and every episode introduces an original song. Berkson started her entertainment career at age 2, acting, singing, and dancing. Berkson starred in Dare alongside Rooney Mara, Emmy Rossum, and Alan Cumming, and Bad Vegan and the Teleportation Machine, a film she also produced and co-wrote. Gluckstern has been rapping since age 10, performing music globally. As a filmmaker, Gluckstern debuted directorially with Tom's Dilemma and directed music video "YEMEN" for Spanish rapper KASE.O.
"Let's laugh, sing and dance to 'LOVE' together as we enter autumn, the season to fall in love," said Gluckstern. "When we open our minds and hearts, we can live and love forever. Who's ready for 'LOVE'?!"
Brianne Berkson and Miguel Gluckstern are "BriGuel," an international artist-couple on a mission to play, laugh, have fun, and inspire laughter to make the world happier. BriGuel sing, rap, dance, write, act, direct, edit, and produce music, film, and TV. BriGuel are releasing their debut song "LOVE," a feel-good single, celebrating love, lovers, and acceptance. The prolific duo has also developed a comedic TV series about the NYC artist life and hustle. Berkson and Gluckstern are descendants of Holocaust survivors. "It's our purpose to do this work because of our history and the pain our family, and humanity at large, experienced," said Gluckstern. "In Spain, we say 'pon tu granito de arena,' which means 'make your contribution,' so that's what we do." Learn more via BriGuel.com, SoundCloud, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.