Romantic, optimistic and youthful, Grace brings a fresh-faced passion to pop music. Whether it expresses her own deep-seated emotions, inspires others or shamelessly sets the mood, Grace’s music is her weapon of choice. And she takes it very seriously. She insists, “I will only sing what is dear to my heart.”
Grace was born in Moscow but raised on American music. She always wanted to be a singer. As a young girl she would spend hours in front of the mirror with a hairbrush, singing to Destiny’s Child and Christina Aguilera as she perfected her dance moves and crafted facial expressions balancing pageant-girl sweetness with Blue Steel edge. At only 9 years old she had developed a powerful stage presence and began taking vocal classes from the leading music professionals of Russia.
In 2009, Grace widened her niche in the music industry as the host of the television show “Mobius.” The showed aired on Music Box TV—an international channel—allowing Grace to continue exploring music as a constant link between nations and cultures.
In 2010, Grace took a leap of faith and moved to Los Angeles. She immediately began working with Julia Kurbatova and Oleg Shmelev (JK Music Group), who has afforded her the opportunity to work with the best producers, writers, directors, photographers and choreographers in the industry. Grace continues to work with JK collaborator Randy Jackson and the follow up to her first single, “When the Lights Go Down”, has just been released. The new track entitled “Don’t Wanna Be Waiting” shares her refreshing optimism and shameless passion for life and music with the world.