The talented 17-year-old artist Nyah Grace has just released her newest single “Sunday”, giving a new proof of her extraordinary potential.
Raised in the rural Oregon, Nyah Grace grew up in a family steeped in the farming tradition. Her parents enjoyed listening to music and she soon joined singing classes, where the jazzy sounds immediately grabbed her attention.
Her dream of becoming a singer came true when she got in touch with Steve Chrisanthou, the Grammy nominated producer and songwriter known for his work with Corinne Bailey Rae.
She started traveling up and down London and the US until she eventually moved to the UK, where she developed her own style mixing neo-soul, R&B and jazz beats. Despite her young age, Nyah’s career has already some stunning highlights such as her feature on Al Gore’s broadcast “24 Hours Of Reality: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves”.
With her debut track “Black Coffee”, which she wrote at the young age of 14, she made her uniquely intense voice heard and the song was supported by Caffé Nero, that played “Black Coffee” on all of their 900 UK stores.
Nyah Grace’s latest single, “Sunday”, is a further confirmation of her talent. This track’s engaging rhythm perfectly blends with neo soul and jazz vibes, giving us high expectations for her debut album set to come out soon.
Listen to it here: