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GRACE debuts new song “Church on a Sunday”

30 Jun

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GRACE has debuted a new song online.

The Australian singer-songwriter posted the audio clip for “Church on a Sunday” to her Vevo channel on Thursday (June 30, 2016).

“Church on a Sunday” was co-written by Charles “Prince Charles” Hinshaw Jr., whose other credits include Rihanna’s “Needed Me” [Roc Nation], Beyonce’s “Ring Off” [Columbia] and Usher’s “More” [RCA].

Production duties were handled by Da Internz, who are also responsible for Tamar Braxton’s “If I Don’t Have You” [Epic], John Legend’s “Made to Love” [Columbia] and Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” [Cash Money].

As mentioned in earlier posts, GRACE will release her first studio collection “FMA” – featuring “You Don’t Own Me,” “Hell of a Girl” and “Boyfriend Jeans” – on July 1st via iTunes in partnership with RCA Records.

Other album contributors include Parker Ighile, Quincy Jones, Fraser T. Smith, Mike “Scribz” Riley, Kassa “PRGRSHN” Alexander, Philip “Hardwerk” Constable, Victoria “Vickytola” Akintola, Mannie Fresh, and Mario “R!o” Jefferson.

Listen to the audio clip for “Church on a Sunday” below.

GRACE reveals artwork, tracklisting for debut album “FMA”

17 Jun

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GRACE has revealed the artwork and tracklisting for her debut album.

The Australian singer-songwriter – born Grace Sewell – is scheduled to release “FMA” on July 1st via RCA Records.

Current single “Hell of a Girl” – now available for download via iTunes – was co-written Philip “Hardwork” Constable (Mya, Monica Brown) and Charles “Prince Charles” Hinshaw Jr. (Usher, Jessica Mauboy).

Other musicians backing GRACE on “FMA” are Parker Ighile (Rihanna, Ella Henderson), Bilal “The Chef” Hajji (Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias) and Fraser T. Smith (Craig David, Leona Lewis).

Peep the tracklisting for “FMA” – which is short for Forgive My Attitude – below.

(1) Church on Sunday / (2) Hell of a Girl / (3) Hope You Understand / (4) Crazy Over Here / (5) You Don’t Own Me / (6) How to Love Me / (7) Coffee / (8) From You / (9) Feel Your Love / (10) New Orleans / (11) Boys Boys Boys / (12) Say / (13) Boyfriend Jeans / (14) Song Cries and Amens

GRACE announces debut album details

10 Jun

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GRACE has announced the details for her debut album.

The Australian singer-songwriter christened her first studio collection “FMA” – which is short for Forgive My Attitude – and will release it on July 1st via RCA Records.

Current single “Hell of a Girl” – now available for download via iTunes – was co-written Philip “Hardwork” Constable (Mya, Monica Brown) and Charles “Prince Charles” Hinshaw Jr. (Usher, Jessica Mauboy).

Other musicians backing GRACE on “FMA” are Parker Ighile, Bilal “The Chef” Hajji, Fraser T. Smith, Diane Warren, Labrinth, Jimmy Napes, Mark Ralph, Naughty Boy, and Tobias Jesso Jr.

Watch the music video for “Hell of a Girl” below.

GRACE premieres “Hell of a Girl” music video

15 May

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GRACE has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The Australian singer-songwriter posted the visual clip for “Hell of Girl” to her Vevo channel on Friday (May 13, 2016).

“Hell of a Girl” – now available for download via iTunes – was written by GRACE along with Philip “Hardwork” Constable (Mya Harrison, Monica Brown) and Charles “Prince Charles” Hinshaw Jr. (Usher, Jessica Mauboy).

Video treatment was handled by Dano Cerny, who previously worked with the likes of Tori Kelly (“Hollow”), Galantis (“In My Head”), Sigma (“Redemption”) and Erik Hassle (“Natural Born Lovers”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, GRACE is expected to release her upcoming debut album – featuring previous singles “Boyfriend Jeans” and “You Don’t Own Me” – later this year through RCA Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts further contributions from Parker Ighile, Bilal “The Chef” Hajji, Fraser T. Smith, Diane Warren, Labrinth, Jimmy Napes, Mark Ralph, Naughty Boy, and Tobias Jesso Jr.

Watch the music video for “Hell of a Girl” below.

Bilal “The Chef” Hajji hints at new collaboration with Grace

5 Jan

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Bilal “The Chef” Hajji has hinted at a new collaboration with Grace.

“I cherish moments like this when Music meets Power and Talent! @iamgrace @efe_one #joelkatz,” the Sweden-based songwriter and record producer posted to his Instagram account.

Hajji is known for collaborating regularly with record producers Nadir “RedOne” Khayat and Achraf “AJ Junior” Janussi.

His notable credits include Austin Mahone’s “What About Love” [Interscope], Enrique Iglesias’s “I Like How it Feels” [Republic], Nicki Minaj’s “Pound the Alarm” [Cash Money], and Jennifer Lopez’s “On the Floor” [Def Jam].

Meanwhile, Grace’s debut studio collection – featuring singles “You Don’t Own Me” and “Boyfriend Jeans” – is scheduled to hit stores and online outlets later this year through RCA Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly boasts productions and songwriting contributions from Parker Ighile, Diane Warren, Fraser T. Smith, Jimmy Napes, Labrinth, Naughty Boy, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Mark Ralph.

Watch the music video for “Boyfriend Jeans” below.

Grace hints at new collaboration with Tobias Jesso Jr.

21 Nov

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Grace has hinted at a new collaboration with Tobias Jesso Jr.

“When Baz Luhrmann pops up in your session 😳🙏 Btw me and @tobiasjessojr are really good at posing for pictures,” the Australian singer/songwriter posted to her Instagram account.

On the songwriting front, Tobias Jesso Jr. is known for co-penning Sia’s “Alive” [RCA] and Adele’s “When We Were Young” [Columbia].

The Canadian musician also started his career in music as bassist for the band The Sessions and former teen pop singer Melissa Cavatti. His debut album “Goon” was released earlier this year through True Panther Records.

Meanwhile, Grace is currently recording music for her upcoming first studio collection under Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records.

The still-untitled LP boasts alliances with Parker Ighile (Rihanna), Diane Warren (Paloma Faith), Fraser T. Smith (Ellie Goulding), Jimmy Napes (Sam Smith), Mark Ralph (Lion Babe) and Labrinth (Ed Sheeran).

Watch the music video for “Boyfriend Jeans” below.