For Grace Weber, the most powerful moments in music have come from abandoning all expectation. The Milwaukee-born talent, now based in Los Angeles, grew up singing in the Central City Youth Gospel Choir of Milwaukee and stepped onto her first national stage when she was 16, singing on Showtime At The Apollo.
Compounded with Weber's soul-igniting vocal presence —her joyfully uninhibited approach has brought a whirlwind of success in recent years. After Weber penned the opening track on Chance the Rapper's Coloring Book ("All We Got" feat. Kanye West & Chicago Children's Choir), and won her first Grammy, Weber went on to tour South America with Chance, North America with PJ Morton, and appeared on TinyDesk with Goldlink, all while continuing her work with 'Grace Weber's Music Lab.' (a Milwaukee-based nonprofit she founded to offer free music education to high school students)., 14'4400,0'4.Weber's most recent EP, How Did We Get Here, produced by Louie Lastic and Jack Dine and featuring Masego, was hailed "a masterclass in moving production, radiant vocals and engrossing lyrics," by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and described as
As Celebeat said, "The singular Weber — whose voice is angelic but with the flavor of experience, of dust on her wings — manages to sound like a dozen influences at once and yet like nobody but herself. There's a word for this; they call it artistry."
Weber is currently working on her debut album, produced by The Social Experiment.