Grammy nominated singer and breakout actress LESLIE GRACE has garnered critical and fan attention with her impressive resume. Her 2013 debut self-titled album, Leslie Grace, earned her the first of four Latin Grammy nominations and numerous other accolades in the U.S. and Latin America.
Upcoming, Grace is set to star in her first feature film, the highly anticipated IN THE HEIGHTS. The film is based on Lin Manuel-Miranda’s Tony Award-winning musical, directed by CRAZY RICH AISANS’ Jon Chu. She brings the empowering Nina character to life, often drawing on her own experiences growing up with immigrant parents who encouraged her to dream big. She has a number of breathtaking ballads within the film. The film is slated to premiere in theaters and HBO Max on June 11, 2021.
Most recently, Grace, alongside Meek Mill and Boi-1da, recorded a re-make of the Latin classic “CONGA” as her latest single under Sony Music on January 22nd. Grace took over on lead vocals and wrote all new verses on the track and brought it into the modern-day Miami-sound that has become a phenomenon in the US during the past few years.
A true force to be reckoned with in the music space, Grace reached #1 on Billboard’s Latin Radio Airplay chart in 2013, making her the youngest female Latin artist to achieve this milestone, with her self-titles album’s lead track, a cover of Carole King’s “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.” She’s worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Diane Warren, hit collaborations with superstar artists including Maluma, Balvin, Becky G, Fat Joe, etc. and has played sold out concerts throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe. She performed and presented at this year’s Latin Grammys as well.