Born Charles William Cliett Junior, in Rochester, New York (October 11, 1993) LeeBruh Greene began singing at the tender age of 5. “It was ‘Take Me There’ by Blackstreet and Mya,” he recalls as the first recording of his musical ability. From then on he developed a love affair with music that would never be deterred. Ambitions of becoming a world famous singer paraded Greene’s heart as a child. He kept his talent quiet for years as he attended school until the fourth grade when he wrote his first songs titled, “You’ll See” a kiss-off anthem to any naysayers and “Heartburn”, a tale of heartbreak described as the familiar medical condition. However, after the songs were written Greene grew discouraged in and ceased all songwriting. Instead he turned to poetry as an outlet to express his creativity. It wasn't until the 7th grade when he regained the confidence to take a crack a writing songs again. THIS time he was more mature and more confident in himself. But it wasn't until the 10th grade until he met the guy who could help him bring it all together, his music teacher Alan Murphy. Greene had the lyrics, Murphy had the music and it was the perfect formula for magic. 'In Love With Myself', Greene's very first recording was born.