Sabrina T. Wallace, also known as "Simplee Bree," found her love in communication since a young teen growing up in
Hartford, Connecticut, when she applied to writing contests online for publication. Her first official writing gig based in Hartford, CT, for a printed
edition called "Committed Magazine" managed by DJ Drake, where she had the
opportunity to interview artists like the Ying-Yang Twins, Baby Cham, and
Nuttin' But Stringz," to name a few. This experience began in pursuit not only in
writing but also in broadcasting.
She joined "The Cyphers Den," as well as the
"A++" writing team shortly after settling in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2015. Her desire to contribute back to the community also had a warm place in her heart, which drove her interest in actively volunteering. "I have discovered my passion for
helping those who might need a listening ear or a sense of guidance to become
stronger the more involved I am within the community." As a minority African-American woman and CEO, Bree created her own online radio network titled "He Said What Radio Network," in May 2020 where she started off with just two shows. To date, her network has 7 shows which airs six days a week. She is also a co-host on the
Girls Who Brunch Tour's State of Our Girls monthly panel discussion alongside
Ni'Cola Mitchell. The guests like the Mako Girls, Tyla Abercrumbie, Kaliah
Howard, and Che Mack to name a few, shed light on identifying struggles young girls usually face while dealing with their dilemmas such as self-esteem,
self-identity, and self-care. Bree also holds a seat on the non-profit organization's
National Chair Committee.