Grace Weber
Grace Weber

Grace Weber

About Grace Weber

Vocalist Grace Weber is a soulful performer with a sound that touches upon hip-hop, R&B, and gospel. A native of Milwaukee, Weber first began singing around age ten, and soon thereafter joined the Central City Youth Gospel Choir of Milwaukee. This experience led to various performance opportunities, including appearances on the television shows Showtime at the Apollo (at age 16) and The Oprah Winfrey Show. After high school, she honed her skills studying music performance at New York University, and eventually released two independently produced albums. In 2015, Weber began a fruitful creative partnership with hip-hop producers, songwriters, and instrumentalists Nate Fox, Nico Segal, and Peter Cottontale. That association led to notable collaborations with Towkio, Francis & the Lights, and rapper Boogie, with whom she co-produced and sang on the tracks "Still Thirsty" and "Prideful." From there, she earned Grammy recognition for co-writing and singing on the track "All We Got" on Chance the Rapper's highly acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning Coloring Book. In 2017 Weber shifted focus to her own solo work, once again collaborating with Fox, Segal, and Cottontale on the singles "More Than Friends" and "Elated." A standalone holiday single, "Joy to the World," arrived in 2018. ~ Matt Collar

    Milwaukee, WI
  • BORN
    June 28, 1988