Bye Bye, Briana! Former 'Little Women: LA' Trans Model Plastic Martyr Releases First Music Single

Former 'Little Women' Trans Model Plastic Martyr Releases First Music Single
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May 8 2019, Published 9:21 p.m. ET

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Former 'Little Women: LA' trans model Plastic Martyr has made another big change in her life: releasing her first single!

Martyr came to fame when it was revealed Briana Renee’s now estranged-husband Matt Grundhoffer had sent the dark-haired beauty naked photos and “sick” messages over Instagram.

After years of sexting scandals involving Grundhoffer, Renee filed for divorce. She currently has a restraining order against him.

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Now, Martyr is ready to put all that drama behind her and focus on her singing career with her new song “Love in the Dark.”

“It's an anthem for anyone who has ever been degraded by a lover," Martyr exclusively told Radar. “Oddly enough after I wrote this song I started dating my boyfriend who I wrote my first love song about and will be recording that very soon.”

Martyr is working with Capitol Records on the new song, which she co-wrote with Gregory Fletcher and two-time Grammy winning producer Andrew Balogh.

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When the single was released, she became the first transgender female artist to be featured on the front page of iTunes.

“So honored that Andrew Balogh and Capitol Records took a chance on me and believed in me,” Martyr told Radar. “The fact a major label like Capitol was open minded enough to work with a transgender artist is incredible and truly paving the road for a more diverse industry.”



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