[Freestyle Dance Music] Introducing JGrace And Her New Freestyle Music Video “Love Me” Featuring Frankie J
On Christmas Day Frankie J released his most recent single titled “Breakin'” and with it bringing back a forgotten style of dance music called Freestyle. From the late 80’s up until the late 90’s Freestyle dominated rhythmic radio mixshows and charts. The Breakin’ single was accompanied by a music video and both a full English and Spanglish version of the song. To many Freestyle fans the song was the icing on the cake to had already a good year for Freestyle music.
Now Frankie J is putting his talent, experience and mainstream stardom to help shine a little-bit of spotlight on the young lady JGrace. I really don’t know too much about her at all. In fact I just discovered her myself about two weeks ago, but one thing is for sure, I have already become a JGrace fan and supporter. She dropped her music video “Love Me” on Valentines Day, which also happens to feature Frankie J. Ladies and gents, let me make it clear to you! I am really excited about JGrace, you see not only do we have yet another new, high quality, well made Freestyle song, but we have a new Freestyle song by a new artist too.
Right off the bat I noticed that one of the things that really sets “Love Me” apart for Wildstyle’s “Take Me Home” and Frankie’s “Breakin’ is that where both Wildstyle and Frankie J decided to go with a retro 80’s throwback image to market the song, JGrace treats Freestyle as something new and fresh out the box. The video is targets a high school audience and really is up to par with classic pop videos.
After spending some time online I found a short bio. JGrace hails from Los Angeles, California. She was exposed to both singing and dancing by her parents at a young age. She is Influenced by American pop music, as well as the rhythms of Latin Pop, Salsa, and Meringue. For her own music JGrace combines the genres and encompasses current American pop production with Latin overtones. She is attempting to build and follow in the footsteps of early Latin crossover pop pioneers such as Selena, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull and Shakira among others.
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