Canadian model Polina Grace may be known for her 20,000 followers on Instagram, and over 1 million likes and shares on social media, but it’s her love of singing and music that drives her, and led her to release her new single “High Enough” with AMG/Sony.
The 22-year-old Montrealer worked for more than 2 years to record her independent and self-financed debut album, Eclectic, with producer John Webster, and focused on organic sounds with a soulful vocal style. Then, in May of this year, Polina signed a worldwide licensing deal with AMG/Sony, as she prepares to release the album internationally on October 13, 2017.
Grace thinks of her music as a hybrid of different genres that are influenced by the music she grew up on, ranging from rock and alternative, to soul and R&B.
Listen to the buzz track, “High Enough”, on Spotify, and visit polinagrace.com for more details.
Polina Grace, from her Bio:
The first buzz track, “High Enough”, shows her virtuosity, vocal variety and powerful presence, while highlighting her next-door charm and appeal. The basic tracks of the album were recorded at Bryan Adam’s famed Warehouse Studios, and the overdubs were created at JW Studios in Vancouver. An array of Canada’s best musicians played on the album including: Randall Stoll, Tony Marriott, Dave Corman and John Webster.
Out of the public eye, she has received a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce with a minor in Psychology from McGill University—one of Canada’s top academic institutions—Polina has as much of a business orientation as she has an ambition to perform and create. Polina is fluent in 4 languages—English, French, Russian and Spanish, has a background in dance and has been a commercially successful model since taking on modeling projects in 2016 to help self-finance her music-related projects. As she correctly states, “Music is my ultimate passion and modeling has been a helpful and fun entry-way into the entertainment world as well as a way to finance my musical dreams”.