With ongoing support from BBC Introducing and listed as one of ELLE’s ‘100 Most Inspiring Women’, the young UK artist and 4 x UK Beatboxing champion released her debut EP “Savage Grace" in 2017 grabbing tastemaker acclaim from THE405, WONDERLAND and CLASH Magazine among others. She followed the release with a UK tour culminating in a sold out headline show at the Archspace in London.
In 2016, Grace performed at Radio 1 Academy in Exeter, at the inaugural SBTV RISE, hosted by Julie Andenuga as well as performing alongside MOBO winner Nadia Rose at the British House in Brazil for the Rio Olympics 2016.
In 2017, Grace was shortlisted for a number of competitions and funding opportunities including having two tracks selected and entered into the SALUTE Music “Top 10”, winning the "Public Choice Award" for the B-side Remix Project as well as being selected for the Emerging Artist and Transmission Fund through Help Musicians UK.
2018 has kicked off to to a great start, with Grace being nominated for "Best Female Solo Act" and "Best Songwriter" at the Unsigned Music Awards alongside impressive acts such as Ray Bak and Jorja Smith and also had a track selected for the highly competitive spot on "Fresh on The Net Faves". She is through to the quarter finals of the Isle Of Wight "New Blood" competition, selected by a panel, as one of only 40 acts from thousands of entries this year.
With over 140K streams for her debut EP (landing a placement on Spotify’s Discover Weekly), Grace now brings her first single of 2018 ‘Headlights’ into the spotlight, maintaining her signature electronic pop sound matched with her ethereal tone and emotive lyrics. She is working with Listen-Up PR on a campaign covering both print and online press and already has a feature set up with NOTION magazine for later this year.