Jamie Grace Returns With New Album ’91’

Jamie Grace is back with a brand new album after taking a few years away from the spotlight. Her new project, ‘91, her third, is named for the year she was born.

“I really wanted to take the listener on a journey through my life,” says Grace. “This is absolutely my most personal record and the most personal lyrics I’ve ever written. My heart is literally on this record and I am ecstatic that it’s out today!”

’91 explores the singer’s life in great lyrical detail, from the intro track “Different,” which explains how it feels to not fit in, to the song “Games,” which addresses how fickle people can be. The project also includes some catchy sing-a-long pop-rock fun on “The Happy Song” and “Party Like A Princess,” and Grace delves into deeper spiritual material in the songs “Daughter of The King” and “Bella.”

At just 25 years old, Grace has racked up an impressive list of accolades: four No. 1 singles, a GMA Dove award for New Artist of the Year, a Grammy nomination, and a Billboard Music Award nomination, along with millions of views on her weekly Youtube videos.

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