Soul and R&B singer, Grace Carter was born in London, England 1997, and raised in Brighton at the age of eight with her mother. Also, she is the stepdaughter of the singer and songwriter, Paul Phillips.
She moved back to London to work on her music; and in 1997, she released her debut single Silence. Carter gained recognition in the music industry after supporting Dua Lipa on her self-titled tour and her emotional music video of her 2017 single, Silence.
Carter was the opening act for Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, and did her headlining tours in UK and Europe between 2018 to 2019. Around the time that she was on her headlining tour, she debuted her EP Why Her Not Me through Polydor Records.
The heartbreaking title track of the EP is about Carter’s family life and how it led to living with her mother.
In an interview for BBC News, she was discussing about her music quoting, “I never want to be a victim, and that's the main thing,” She carried on. “Of course, there are sad subjects through all of my songs, but at the end of it I'm stronger than all of that.”
The past few months, she released her latest singles, Don’t Hurt Like It Used To, Wicked Game, and Heal Me.
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Youngs, I. 2019, ‘BBC Sound of 2019: Grace Carter interview’, BBC News, 9 January, https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-46739425
Check out her music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2LuHL7im4aCEmfOlD4rxBC?si=b6bDDWGBSq6kDlJMQjyBog