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- Created on 08 March 2012
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Broderic has been singing since the age of three. He began memorizing lyrics before he could speak well. His most favorite play time was finding household items such as a brush or anything that could be used as a microphone.
No matter where you saw him, he would put on a musical show with his pretend microphone.
At the age of four, he asked his mom for a real microphone, a piano, and a church pulpit for Christmas. Well….he got the microphone and the piano, but he had to continue to use his table as his pulpit.
Broderic’s love for singing and performing continued to grow. At the age of five, he told his mom that he wanted to be on TV. He has remained consistent with his goal to someday perform on television. He was a member of The Atlanta Young Singers of Callanwolde. He performs frequently with Kameo Production Studios, and at various school events, church programs, weddings, and birthday parties.
Broderic has been honored to perform for prestigious events such as singing The Negro National Anthem for the NAACP City of Stone Mountain Parade and Rally and Million Dollar Committee Historic Program. He was recently cast as Frankie Lymon in A Soulful Christmas Musical, and Ronald in Show N Tell. Both plays were written and produced by Stepp Stewart, founder of Dynamite Production Talent Competition and producer of the Stepp Stewart Show, Dr. OZ Health Corps, and Bubbling Brown Sugar. Through his involvement with these productions, Broderic was featured on CBS Better Mornings.
Broderic is an active member of Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church where he is actively involved. He serves as the Youth Worship Leader, and is a member of the dance ministry, youth choir, and junior usher board. He is a junior at Southwest DeKalb High School. When Broderic is not singing or performing, he enjoys going to church, hanging out with his family and friends, and playing with his dog.
Broderic humbly acknowledges and gives all honor to God for the gift of music. His motto is “Your Gift Will Make Room For You.” ■