Skylar GreyAn angel in the midst of musician tycoons. Alluring. Chic. Melodic. Tranquil. Over talented and under-stated. Ladies and gentleman, Skylar Grey. A talent beast drowning in musical power, a natural showstopper.

Collaborating with Eminem and Rihanna to bring you the way you lie, adding soul to Dr. Dre’s I need a doctor, and maybe her most celebrated; Fort Minor’s coming home. She’s added a touch of finesse to every song she’s guest starred on, grasping the spotlight and captivating the listeners. Whether you’re aware or not, she’s got you in the palm of her hands.

Now let’s talk about Skylar Grey, the Midwestern singer-songwriter. With two albums, an iTunes session and big name celebs in her corner, she’s got all she needs to triumph. Her 2006 debut album like blood, like honey graced the Billboards Heatseekers charts at #35. However, if you’re inspired to lay hands on this album, you’ll have to search for “Holly Brook”, as her stage name Skylar Grey wasn’t born until 2010.

Just six months ago, Grey along with Interscope Records released her second album, Dont look down. And oh my, how she’s changed her “Holly Brook” image. With songs like C’mon let me ride (Will you let her ride your bicycle?) and Shit! Man (Everyone’s reaction to an unplanned pregnancy). But then again, Eminem and his cross ways did have a heavy hand in the production of this album. Perhaps the most notable piece of this album is the bonus track, an engrossing rendition of coming home. Grey highlighted her voice for coming home part II in an opulent way. For those who love the original will equally enjoy this and for those who disfavor the chart topper, this remake should offer you pleasure.

On February 2 the music video of this single was released. This is what her fans have been waiting for, a two + minute video showcasing her raw talent. The charming woman caressing a piano, a salute to America’s heros and heart-tugging images of soldiers coming home. This video is truly moving, with the headliner displaying genuine poise.

While the tour date calendar is currently empty, you’ll be hearing her voice almost daily. With coming home part II headlining the recent Budweiser commercial, you’re sure to stumble upon this gem of an artist. Thank you Skylar Grey for being you; this is just the beginning.

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Jackie Boeheim

Jackie has a passion for old and dusty, often wrapped up in The Doors, James Taylor and Gram Parsons. You can find her at your local thrift shop digging for early vinyl and trying to locate her inner flower child. When she’s not buried in her record room, she’s downward dogging it on her yoga mat and rewarding herself with the best $10 wines. Her child’s named after Marshall Tucker Band, her roots are in the deep South and her soul wanders vastly. See what she’s up to today at http://jackieboeheim.com/

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Jackie has a passion for old and dusty, often wrapped up in The Doors, James Taylor and Gram Parsons. You can find her at your local thrift shop digging for early vinyl and trying to locate her inner flower child. When she’s not buried in her record room, she’s downward dogging it on her yoga mat and rewarding herself with the best $10 wines. Her child’s named after Marshall Tucker Band, her roots are in the deep South and her soul wanders vastly. See what she’s up to today at http://jackieboeheim.com/

2 Responses

  1. anon

    SKYLAR SKYLAR SKYLAR!
    stop trying to be so “pop”. you are very talented and probably the reason why you will never be make it to the top. Pop culture will never recognize true talent.

    Be yourself, we love you for it. stop trying to fit in

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    • PlagueRose

      idiot. Skylar’s never tried to “fit in”, except maybe in her Holly Brook days when her music screamed insecure. She’s not trying to be pop. if anything she fits more into the hip-hop and R&B genres. C’mon let me ride was meant as a joke to make fun of mainstream pop music. She’s always been herself. But if “fitting in” is being happy and confident with yourself then she must be some mainstream industry robot. And believe it or not Pop culture does know real talent. In fact there’s no such thing as being untalented. No such thing as “bad” or “fake” music. You don’t like this artist as much as this artist, or this song as much as this song. but neither are actually bad in any way. every song is someone’s favorite song. You shouldn’t say you don’t like a particular artist just to be a hipster. Listen to all kinds of music at least once to see if you like it. But anyway there’s my strongly worded comment for the day. SKYLAR GREY IS THE BEST!!!!

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