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Topic - Breje Whitt
"We were doing sound check at the Staples Center (in Los Angeles), and they asked me to play," Breje said. "They knew I could do it. Just being with them (on the road), I heard it so many times."
"I'm not old enough to be the president of my business," he said. "I am the owner, but my dad is the president."