“Wait” Release Date: March 26th (Pre-Order available now)
Los Angeles, CA – March 17th, 2021 – Mia Grace is a recording artist with a focus on creating music that borrows from a wide variety of styles and influences. Her upcoming studio release, Wait is another example of her innate songwriting ability. Her songs defy genres and blur the lines between R&B, pop and take from a multitude of influences. Grace’s sound feels modern and fresh but also universal and timeless.
Mia Grace maintains a distinctive sound that stands out for its own perks and characteristics. Wait has is immersive and will keep listeners hooked from the start. The track has a west coast feel that has many layers, creating a lush, rhythmic sound. Mia has a great dynamic range, being quite intimate in the verses, but goes all out in the hooks, making for a more energetic flow. The lyrics are catchy, clever, and personable, making Grace’s second single a strong one.
Wait is a great example of Mia’s range and artistry, showing substantial contrast from her first single “Stuck”.
Mia Grace (born on January 16th, 1998 in Manhasset, New York) is a pop, r&b singer-songwriter originating from New York, New Jersey. Daughter of world-renowned artist Prince Be of P.M Dawn and music industry mogul Mary Serra. Her story-driven, metaphorical lyricism creates something fresh and original. Inspired by the likes of her
father, Aaliyah, Rihanna, and Minnie Riperton. Mia Grace seeks to create music that will connect people around the world. The talented musician wants to push the envelope with her sound and bridge various elements from different genres to make a well-rounded, dynamic style.
Mia started writing and recording professionally at thirteen. The young talented artist is currently enrolled in the Berklee College of Music and is using the time to really hone in on her sound and master her current projects. Grace is studying every aspect of the music industry, with the aim of making a big impact in the industry.
Official Website : https://www.themiagrace.com/