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Goody Grace

From the northern suburbs of Winnipeg, singer/songwriter Goody Grace combines his love of hip-hop and acoustic guitar into a style influenced as much by Wiz Khalifa and Gucci Mane as Bob Dylan and Morrissey. While still in his teens, he rode a series of increasingly successful singles to a major-label deal that yielded the 2018 EP Infinite and his 2021 full-length debut, Don't Forget Where You Came From, the latter of which spawned the single "Scumbag" featuring blink-182. Born in Selkirk, Canada, Grace sings, raps, and plays guitar. He started when he was four years old, later finding an audience as a teenager with covers of artists like the Weeknd and Taylor Swift. He co-wrote "Flower" for Cody Simpson and "That One Song" with gnash, eventually appearing on tracks by Huey Mack ("Things Change"), Hoodie Allen ("Heartbreak"), and gnash ("Two Shots"). Grace's debut single, "Memories," arrived in 2015. "Pretend," "So, What Does This All Mean?," and "Memorie$," featuring Jesse Rutherford and A$AP Ant, followed in 2016. The next year, he continued with the release of "April" and "Strange Times," while the previously issued "Two Shots" slow-burned its way to 12 million online streams, landing Grace a deal with Atlantic. His major-label debut, Infinite EP, arrived in spring 2018 and included "Two Shots" as well as the single "In the Light of the Moon" featuring Lil Aaron. That summer, Grace re-teamed with Rutherford for the single "Too High," and issued "Rest Your Eyes" later that December. The single "Wasting Time" appeared in summer 2019. In February 2021, Grace released his full-length debut, Don't Forget Where You Came From, which featured a bevy of collaborations, including tracks with blink-182, G-Eazy, Burna Boy, Juicy J, and others.
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