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Grace Weber is in full bloom with new album, ‘Paperflower’

todaySeptember 29, 2023

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Grace Weber’s career is in full bloom on her latest album “Paperflower”. Her name has always been associated with soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics, but this project takes her artistry to new heights. Released today (Sept. 29), the album gives all the things you’d expect: romance, tight harmonies and moments that make you look inward for answers to how you found the perfect, supportive and unwavering love of your life. This album is a sonic journey through relationships, growth, and self-discovery.

Weber’s natural ability to convey emotion through her vocals is nothing short of awe-inspiring, and “Paperflower” showcases her vocal ability like never before. The album opens with the beautiful track “Fallin” that displays the masterful strokes her voice creates with very little effort.

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“I do not wait on nobody, so I can’t wait on your body” tells you everything you need to know about her most sensual song on the project, “Lonely”. The song is just one of the multiple standout tracks on the album. It picks up where Tweet and Missy Elliott’s ode to self-love, “Oops (Oh My)” left off. “Lonely” is an homage to self-pleasure in the most unapologetic way that I heard outside of Janelle Monae’s, “The Art of Pleasure”, while on “Permission” Weber challenges Ro James’ hit single of the same name, for sensual supremacy. “Permission” features Secily & Jean Deaux and they do not disappoint.

“Awake” explores vulnerability and the delicate nature of human relationships. On this song, Weber explores how simply being there, wide awake and present for your partner can give them space to vent, cry and heal. Her lyrics are deeply introspective, and her delivery is nothing short of mesmerizing. This track is bound to resonate with anyone who has experienced the fragility of loving a creative.

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As the album unfolds, we’re treated to a diverse range of musical collaborations that are perfectly executed. “Do4Me” brings a R&B groove that’s impossible not to sway along to. She then taps Canadian, Nigerian artist TOBi to join her on the track “Super Good” which reassures listeners that “It’s all gone be alright, we got this”. Bat Boy Bankie is a guest on the smooth and sultry ” No Worries” and James Vickery and Grace both shine on this album’s final track, “We Are”.

Weber’s versatility as an artist is on full display throughout the album and each track feels like a new facet of her musical identity. “Paperflower” isn’t just about love and relationships, it’s also about self-empowerment and growth. The instrumentation is rich and textured, creating a sonic landscape that immerses the listener in each song’s story. In a world filled with disposable pop music, “Paperflower” is a refreshing reminder of the power of authentic, heartfelt songwriting in the R&B landscape. Grace Weber’s latest offering is a testament to her artistry, showcasing her growth as a writer and a storyteller. This project is not your typical album, it’s a musical journey that deserves a place in your collection.

Grace Weber Studio Session @ Radio Milwaukee

October 2, 2023

Weber held a live, intimate performance of songs off “Paperflower”. Click here to listen to the studio session, her interview w/ B~Free and read more about her Milwaukee visit.


Written by: Element Everest-Blanks

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