Grace shares what “Pops” means to her:
“Nobody understands me like my Dad does. Our countless late night conversations, car rides listening to music, and days spent singing while he plays the guitar have heavily shaped who I have become. I wrote ‘Pops’ to show him how much he truly means to me. I hope anyone who loves or connects with their father or any role model in their life can relate and use this song to express their appreciation. We can’t ever forget the people who believed in us from the beginning.”
The release of “Pops” follows Grace’s single “Bottle Of Wine” and the announcement of her sophomore EP “Yourz Truly.” Anchored by a reggae influenced groove, “Bottle Of Wine” has a syrup-y flow and is a song about the delicacy of the ego. “It’s about how quickly our thoughts can turn negative to see the worst in ourselves and others when we experience an absence of comfort and love,” Grace explains. The accompanying music video, directed by Gianennio Salucci (Zella Day, XYLO), depicts Grace in different rooms of her apartment, as she searches for connection. Finally, a hand reaches through the fluorescent lit computer screen.With her 2019 debut EP “Girl, I Know,”
Baker Grace emerged as an artist of understated yet undeniable confidence. Having earned lavish acclaim for her boundary-warping breed of pop, the 19-year-old singer/songwriter has only deepened that sense of self-possession over the past year, creating her own charmed reality far apart from the masses. On her sophomore EP “Yourz Truly,” Grace illuminates her inner world and personal philosophies more freely than ever, sharing her story with equal parts boldness and dreamy sensitivity.
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