Madelyn Grant says she found her purpose and, honestly, it’s hard to disagree.
She’s just barely slipped her toe into the roaring tides of the music industry and already made a huge splash. She’s already toured the U.S with international phenomenon, FKJ. She’s also performed on ODESZA’s hit track “Sun Models,”. She’s got a very strong voice and an innovative style that blends R&B, Soul and electro-pop. I wouldn’t expect to listen just once.
Madelyn Grant has worked tirelessly over these past few years — working a full time job in retail whilst still finding the time for studio visits and live performances. She’s got a new EP, Purpose, in the works and is currently funding it with a Kickstarter campaign with just about two days left.
She’s got passion, desire, and a damn good voice. Now all she needs is a little help.
Madelyn Grant Nuzzling Into A Niche
Madelyn Grant refuses to limit herself to a single genre. There are times where she’s very neo-soul and times where she is almost irresistibly electro-pop. She’s wonderfully versatile as an artist and although her styles may differ from one track to the next, there’s one thing that simply will never change.
The woman sings like an angel.
“Seven Seas” is a piece she released about a year ago with big time EDM producer Emancipator. It’s an excellent showcase of Grant’s ability to just take a track and make it her own.
If you like hearing an angelic voice float harmonically over soft house and a maybe a little soul, then Madelyn Grant is definitely the artist for you.
She also has a few more tracks on her Soundcloud. Give it a listen!
Madelyn Grant: Making An Entrance
She’s only been in the game for two years and has already helped put together a Grammy nominated performance.
Her collaboration with with ODESZA racked up a quick 35 million streams on Spotify and another 13 million on Soundcloud. Madelyn Grant also did a song with FKJ called “Waiting,” which amassed 2 million views on both Spotify and Soundcloud.
Madelyn Grant is still very, very new to this game but she’s well on her way to winnin’ it. There’s no doubt in my mind that hers is a name we’ll see again — and likely in flashing lights.
The question is: will you be able to say you were a fan before the fame?