Named a “rising star” by People Magazine, Rachel Grae is one of this year’s fastest growing talents - Rolling Stone also just called her an artist you should have On Your Radar. Today, she’s released a heartfelt song of loss “Hope You’re Proud” on Stand Up To Cancer Day. Followers of Grae’s work won’t be surprised by her painfully honest songwriting. It's her diary, and a way to say all of the things she can’t without music. Grae’s close relationship with her fans is what really helped her decide to release the song. After posting teasers on TikTok her “friend-base” left comments of dates they lost someone they loved. In response, Grae shares “Everyone grieves loss in a different way, and this song has helped me through my own grieving processes. I hope it can provide a similar healing process for listeners.”
The single follows Grae’s previous ripped-from-her-diary songs, like “Outsider” with 25.5M streams, heartfelt ballad dedicated to complicated Mother-Daughter relationships, “Daughter” (People), mad girl starter pack single “You Suck” and “How Dare You,” performed for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and featured on the season finale of Love Island UK.
Listen/Share: “Hope You’re Proud”
With a powerful voice beyond her years, drawing comparisons from Olivia Rodrigo to Adele, and vulnerable songwriting, Rachel has grown over 130M streams andamp; 1.2M fans across socials in the blink of an eye. Praise from media like People, Rolling Stone, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, PopDust, Flaunt and more. The self taught pianist/singer-songwriter is reaching a broader audience by the week. She interacts with people every day through TikTok andamp; beyond, helping fans through personal issues, leaking new songs that they help shape, and doing what she loves most, connecting through music.
Grae is repped by Wasserman Music (Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay) and managed by Groundwork Artist Management. She’s signed to FRTYFVE, a London-based record label that transforms viral moments into long term music careers (Previous work includes Em Beihold, Todrick Hall, Megan McKenna). She’s worked with the likes of Brandon Colbein (Zayn Malik, Khelani, Liam Payne, Bea Miller), Nick Lopez (Demi Lovato), Dave Gibson (Bruno Mars, Liam Payne), Edd Holloway (Lewis Capaldi, James Bay), andamp; Justin Gemmella (Bella Poarch), and will continue to release new music in the coming months.
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