During 2016 and 2017, Briannagh wrote, recorded, and filmed a video for a new single, "Going Up," recorded and filmed videos for covers of "This is What You Came For" and "One Call Away," and is currently working on additional new material. She appeared as the principal actor in the music video of "Middle Middle" by French Jazz group Teach Kids Manners.
During her time in Los Angeles, Briannagh appeared in episodes of several television shows, including "Bizaardvark," "The Middle," "Gortimer Gibbon's," and "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn," and some television pilots. She also continued with her songwriting, as she has done since her first single, "American Fab Kid," written and recorded in 2012, with a related music video recorded that year. Follow-up songs and related videos were "Everlasting Love" and "Stand Tall." Public performances included singing Etta James' "At Last" at the "Nu Skool Sings Old School Awards."
May 2014 brought Briannagh across the Atlantic to Durham, England to sing at the Harambee Pasadia Afro-Music Festival and at local schools. During 2014 she was also actively working on her songs.
Although Briannagh performed publicly as a pianist as early as age six, her major public performance experience really took off at age eleven when she began vocal training. Within a year, Briannagh was one of the final four contestants in the youth category Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem (2013) as well as a finalist in Deborah's Got Talent, a fundraiser for Deborah Heart Hospital in New Jersey (2013).
An accomplished pianist and vocalist, she is asked to perform in public throughout the year, including recurring yearly performances of the US National Anthem, and more recently the St. Kitt's National Anthem, at the Sandy Point Benevolent Association Annual Gala in New York City. Additionally, Briannagh sang the National Anthem at the opening of a Somerset Patriots baseball game (2013) and performed in the Princeton Ballets renditions of The Nutcracker at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ and the State Theater in New Brunswick (December 2012). Expanding her resume, she has appeared in several television commercials and print advertising for Forman Mills clothing line, in a short film entitled, Cake directed by a NYU Tisch School MFA student that was submitted to a film competition in 2013, and the films "Reconciliation," "Vigilante," and "Where's Jaime."
Briannagh is currently accumulating material for her first album, assembled from the singles she has released to date. These include the recently released "Going Up," as well as material recorded in recent years such as "American Fab Kid," "Everlasting Love," and "Stand Tall." Although these songs span a range of musical styles, from Contemporary to 70s Pop, there is the recurring theme of inspiration in facing adversity with optimism and drawing on your inner strength to prevail. Briannagh Dennehy aims to inspire other girls her age through video, song and dance.
"Going Up," is an inspirational song, with Briannagh boldly stating her confidence in overcoming any obstacles placed in her way. Like "Going Up," the song Stand Tall is another inspirational effort in which Briannagh aims to encourage kids to believe in themselves and follow their dreams when other people are trying to discourage them. The single and video American Fab Kid reflect American diversity and pride. Her song "Everlasting Love" is an ode to the significant people in our lives who continue to inspire us. In this song, Briannagh honors mentors and guardians, including parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, coaches or anyone who serves as an inspiration for others.