The Special Olympics global organization approached Brian in 2005 to write and produce an inspirational anthem to sing at their opening ceremonies that same year at the Southern California Long Beach Basketball Pyramid. Brian wrote and co-produced an anthem called, "CHAMPION", for the Special Olympics athletes that was then later remixed for the dance market by No. 1 Billboard charting remixer Solar City, who are largely known for producing and writing for the top selling circuit dance artist, Erin Hamilton, daughter to Carol Burnette and TV Producer, Joe Hamilton.
Later in 2005, "CHAMPION" was licensed by corporate giant, WAL-Mart, through Flagler Productions for their international company-wide internal conferences to promote an inspirational message to its employees to change the WAL-Mart public image, and to promote "championing the customer" within its global chain of stores.
The live performance of "CHAMPION" for the Special Olympics Summer Games Opening Ceremonies was held at Cal-State Long Beach for five thousand plus spectators and the entire show was televised on KCAL-9 with host, Hall-of-famer, Olympian, and former Lakers star, [Worthy] as well as KCAL newscaster Leena Win. Brian also performed a mainstream track released on the B-side of the "CHAMPION" release called "GRAVITY" at that same live show.
In 2008, Brian inked a deal for the first ever "mobile reality show for any recording artist in history" called "Becoming Brian" with 20th Century Fox's new mobile division, FOXMOBILE/Jamster. Brian filmed three years of his series to be distributed through Jamster, the company that FOX bought out to create their mobile division. The series was to illustrate Brian's wild ascent on the charts skyrocketing into the public eye while