Grace Gracie – Devil (feat. Bre)
Grace Gracie‘s new single “Devil” is a refined showcase of her vision and matured artistry, featuring the smokey voice of Grace’s long time protégé Bre. Gracie’s ability to create lush, yet hard-hitting synths gives “Devil” a uniquely refreshing trap twist on an already stunning future bass track. “Devil” is truly an emotional rollercoaster that one too many can relate to through their own experiences with heartbreak wrestling with what is best for them as they navigate their own relationships.
“I have been producing festival style house tracks because I love the harder side of dance music, but during the last Ultra Music Festival I got really inspired by some of the artist bringing big pop vocals into heavier tracks. When I flew back home to Vegas, I went straight to the studio. Once “Devil” was done I knew where to turn for the World-class voice this track needed. I reconnected with Bre, whom I helped discover when she was only 16 years old. Life always comes full circle, the chemistry was instant. There was no question she was the right choice for the track.” – Grace Gracie
About Grace Gracie:
Grace Gracie (DJ/Producer) is one of the creative residents of Dance Mansion, a Las Vegas based artist collective of DJs and Music Producers. In the nucleus of this autonomous production team, she has been writing, producing and remixing electronic dance music for years, working alongside many fellow producers and songwriters. As a DJ in the Las Vegas scene she is seamlessly shifting between playing nightclubs like Jewel to opening for Steve Aoki.
Growing up, Grace was heavily influenced by the Dutch House movement, but by 2018 her melodic bass riffs and chord progressions evolved into a streamlined concoction of House music with soaring vocals, occasionally spliced with Trap and Future Bass influences.
In her private life, Grace Gracie enjoys flying airplanes, martial arts training (a family tradition, as she is Gracie Jiu-Jitsu by default), and partakes in various charitable endeavors as she is an advisor to the International Anti-Poaching Organizations in South America.
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