Grace Rhodes to release second single titled Boy That I Used To Know

Posted on 23 December 2019
By Khyle Deen
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One to watch, Grace Rhodes new single is on the way after the success of her debut single released in September 2019.

The upcoming single ‘Boy That I used to Know’ is accompanied by a video that saw Grace utilise her acting skills as well as show off those amazing vocals of hers.

This new release is hot on the heels of her single ‘Me Too’ a song that stemmed from the Me Too movement in America and was all about the positives you can make from bad experiences.

Whilst promoting her last single, Grace appeared on BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester a moment she was very proud of being a local girl she was keen to come back to where she started to share her story.

Her single Me Too was also chosen to be played on the radio by BBC Music Introducing who could see her potential from the very start.

In fact, there is no question for anyone that listens to her that Grace is a Versatile Vocalist and Performer. Born and raised in Worcestershire she went on to train at BOA where she learned to control and maximise her raw talent.

Her time at BOA saw her experience many things including being the opening dance act for Ed Sheeran at being chosen as a solo performer for Free Radio.

She is signed by Uprise Records, founded by Ositadimma “Osi” Umenyiora a British-born sports pundit and former American Football defensive end who played in the National Football League (NFL).

Grace is tipped for success being surrounded by a great team and has already had the chance to work with a Creative Director and choreographer who work with the likes of Pharell Williams, Neyo, Chris Brown and Tyga.