Sabrina T. Wallace, who is also known as "Simplee Bree", has always been passionate about writing since she was very young and applied to writing contests online for publication. The first writing gig she held was at a printed publication called "Committed Magazine", managed by DJ Drake, where she interviewed musicians such as the Ying-Yang Twins, Baby Cham, and Nuttin' But Stringz. Relocating to Atlanta Georgia in 2014, she continued to follow her passion. She began to pursue both writing and broadcasting. Following her relocation, she joined "The Cyphers Den," as well as the "A++" writing team. In addition, her desire to contribute to the community had a special place in her heart, contributing to her commitment to volunteering. The more involved I am within the community, the more I have discovered my passion for helping those who may need a listening ear or a sense of guidance. This will enable them to grow stronger.
Bree is the mother of a teenage son, so she is aware of how helpful it is to have someone to listen to when you need support. She also understands the importance of sharing. She is currently the host of the Girls Who Brunch Tour Instagram Takeover. As part of the event, men and women who have contributed substantially to the success of the Girls Who Brunch Tour 501c3 organization were interviewed to discuss the impact they delivered as well as received upon working with the nonprofit. The mission statement of the GWBT is to cultivate, inspire, and empower at-risk girls between the ages of 9-17 years old. Additionally, she also hosted another Instagram Live show called Dear Luv's Truth Serum. In this show, she interviewed guests in order to gain a deeper understanding of why certain perceptions may exist between the sexes.
Simply Bree introduced Dear Luv in December of 2019 as a program that encourages people to be open and honest about their experiences. This encourages them not to be afraid to share them. It was during this period when she was inspired to make a positive contribution to society by establishing this program to address depression that often occurs around the holidays. It was a resounding success when the show premiered live in January 2020. Moreover, because her guests specialize in the fields of Psychology, Therapy, and Social Counseling, Bree was able to relate directly to the situations presented by her anonymous callers. This is because her guests helped to identify what they were experiencing. In taking risks, living fearlessly, and launching her show, she achieved remarkable success. This was not, however, the only achievement of her career. Consequently, she inspired others to find solutions and resources for their problems. Moreover, she desired to inform them about the causes of the problems they encounter on a daily basis. During the outbreak of COVID-19 in April 2020, Simplee Bree had to come up with an even better idea when "Dear Luv" was taken off the airwaves. Besides needing to revamp in order to accommodate her guests and audience, she was also aware of the adverse effects of quarantining.
The network's first podcast, "He Said What," was released on May 16th, 2020. The podcast was distinctly designed, which set it apart from other programs. The program included a male-only guest show that benefited both men and women at the same time. It was evident to Simplee Bree that many men felt compelled to breakdown their perspectives and offer support to women undergoing unfortunate circumstances. This was done by being transparent and responding to their questions. For women to understand why men say, think, and act the way they do, we as women may benefit from taking notes about such behavior. We may also benefit from improving our communication.” Nevertheless, Bree did not stop there. A little over a month after being live, she transferred her "Truth Serum" show, which was previously available only through Instagram live, onto her platform. In the Truth Serum, hosted by Simplee Bree with co-host Tasha, unbiased discussion and responses were provided about a range of personal topics, promoting healthy discussions that were usually swept under the rug leading to misunderstandings on both sides. In addition to the differences between the male and female guests, this show caused a buzz among the audience.
"He Said What Radio Network," stands out from the rest in terms of versatility. Simplee Bree conducted a search for two hosts for her upcoming sports show in October of 2020. Little did she realize that this would become a family affair. RG and 1Mic stepped up to the plate on their own accord - Simplee Bree would have to join the dynamic duo. In response to an offer she could not refuse, the trio quickly took over the digital airwaves as an audio-based sports program. However, this was not the typical sports show. On every Monday, there was a discussion topic followed by an outro segment titled "Mic'ism" in which an idiom was remixed to either provide humor or motivation to the audience.
Even with The Truth Serum, He Said What, and Simplee Sportz, Bree felt the network still lacked something. A spiritual perspective. As Bree can recall, she once received a reading from a Spiritual Medium by the name of P's Intuition. She could recall being advised during that reading around March of 2020 that a time would come when she would become the owner of her own network. Eventually, this came to fruition in March of 2021 when Simplee Bree offered P a position as host of her very own show on the network. While Bree was presenting this offer, she reminded P that when she received a reading, she mentioned that when Bree obtained her own network, P would be able to host her own program. After accepting Bree's offer, P became the new member of the "He Said What Network," delivering free readings live to her audience.
In Bree's opinion, it tasted like her grandmother's favorite pie and was enticing, but something else was lacking. The perspective of a woman! Bree took to the online streets in search of a host that could not only bring out the truth in all women, but also truly understand where the women were coming from. A white glove experience. Bree recalled the guest she had on the "He Said What" show who fit the bill to a t. In April 2021, Bree welcomed her newest team member to the family, Alan Newman Jr. who was appointed as the host of “She Said What,” which broadcast live on Wednesday evenings. Every show matched perfectly. Several shows had been tried by the network prior to this, but they did not have the same fit as it did at this point.
By this point, the "He Said What Network" had four shows to its credit. Our team achieved a high level of proficiency in our online presence with social media after everyone on the team became familiar with their roles. Through networking with friends of friends, Simplee Bree found one more individual who she believed would be a suitable fit within the group. Bree had once again found someone who could contribute her warm and loving personality to the network after appearing live every Tuesday night after both "He Said What" and "She Said What." As of today, the show has moved to Thursdays 8:30-9:30 PM ET on YouTube and Facebook live.