Please introduce yourself, what you do, why you do it, and what you want people to know about you.
My name is Brooklynne Webb. I am an 18-year-old content creator from Victoria, B.C., Canada.
I create content on TikTok because I love to express myself and create in any way possible. I don’t like to put myself into a box because there’s so much I want to do and achieve!
What qualities make you different and unique from everyone else in the industry?
I’m not afraid to take risks and trust my instincts. This industry can be so challenging to navigate, but over the past few years I’ve always trusted myself to know what to do.
It’s so easy to let others cloud your judgment so you really need to have a strong sense of self.
Describe THAT moment when you realized you wanted to do what you do now. Who did you tell first? What has it been like since that moment?
I realized that this was what I wanted to do when my account hit around 1 million. It began to sink in the it wasn’t just a few fluke viral videos and I actually had something that got me to this point.
I remember telling my mom that I wanted to move to LA and she thought I was crazy, but here I am! It has been a whirlwind, but absolutely incredible since.
You’ve built up quite the following on TikTok. What do you enjoy most about the platform?
My favorite thing about TikTok is how it can change anyone’s life! The algorithm is so crazy and constantly changing, so there’s always a chance to be seen.
Tell us about your debut single “My Crown” and what inspired it.
My debut single “My Crown” was a fun, sassy pop song, but was also a way for me to troll my trolls a little bit. The whole song and music video was created to get a reaction, which was exactly what it got!
It was heavily inspired by classic 90’s and 2000’s movies like Clueless, Mean Girls, and more. It was also created to shed a bit of light on cyberbullying and it definitely did!
Why is advocating for body positivity so important to you?
It’s super important to me because there is so much media these days that is edited and it contributes to body issues for people of all ages. Every single person is deserving of love and respect regardless of what their body looks like.
What has been the biggest challenge you’ve had to face?
The biggest challenge I had to face was definitely getting my work visa to be able to move to the US and really be able to grow with other people doing similar things to me.
If you had to pick the TOP 3 people you’d want to meet that could take your career to the next level, who would those 3 people be?
I’d absolutely be on the floor if I ever got to meet Lizzo, Lady Gaga, or Billie Eilish. I have such a love and respect for everything that they do and just being in their presence would give me motivation for years.