Grace Faces Off Against G-Eazy In Her “You Don’t Own Me” Video: Watch
It’s only a matter of time before Grace’s debut single “You Don’t Own Me” makes waves in the US. A hip-hop/soul interpretation of Lesley Gore’s 1963 hit featuring Oakland, California rapper G-Eazy, the track raced straight to number one in Australia (her homeland) and nabbed the diva a deal with RCA Records. Amazingly, the track was co-produced by Quincy Jones, who helmed the original version 52 years ago.
The video dropped today (June 1) and it finds the newcomer facing off against G-Eazy in the studio. It’s a simple concept, but it reinforces the message that this particular track is all about the music and the (still very important) message. Want to hear more from Grace? Her debut EP Memo dropped on May 26. Listen to the title track, which the Brisbane-born singer wrote when she was only 16, below.
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