Janice Grace

Janice Grace

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Electronic - Dance | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 303   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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October 2008 - "Wanna Be Beautiful" Hit #25 on Billboard's Hot Club Dance Play. Vacillating between wanting to get her face tweaked and realizing she's perfect just the way she is, Janice's song is her triumph over Hollywood's grip on dictating beauty standards to our society, but knowing she still wants to be beautiful. What's a girl to do? Write about it. The Awesome Dave Aude' was chosen as the Godfather to give 'Wanna Be Beautiful' his Midas touch. Twisted Dee whipped up a whirling dervish Tribal mix. DJ Escape gives us retro house. Earl Slick (The Eons, David Bowie's touring guitar player of 20 years) creates a true hybrid with his biting rock guitar over Pezza's electro stems.

In 2007 Janice was introduced to Anton Bass of Speakerboxx. Inspired by 'The Law of Attraction' they conjured up "Frequency". Remixes by Jason Nevins, Dave Pezza & Sweden's Air Bureau. "Frequency" charted nationally with underground and commercial DJs. It's still in rotation on Mixshows and appearing on charts a year after it's release! The dubs are jewels.......

2006 - After falling in love with the Hudson Valley in NY, Janice descended from her gilded tree house and called Tracy Young to fashion the masterpiece "Geisha Girl". Geishas are not hookers; they are artisans. They have honed their skills of dance, music, flattery and conversation to perfection. French DJ/producer Richard Grey, famed for his massive, big room house remixes and silky skills on the decks @ Pacha Ibiza, transcribed a hypnotic dub House-Trance mix. "Geisha Girl" played on XM's BPM. Two years later it's still playing on mixshows around the country.

No Work All Play" was released on August 6, 2001. With its smacking infectious pop groove, and a great summer TGIF song, Mz. Grace's single fills every bandwidth with its ever-resonant uplifting blend of electronic/rock/pop music. The mixes are Rock-Pop, and Electro-House. The cheesecake J video was shot in NYC's Central Park and Jones Beach. "No Work All Play" peaked at #4 on the New Music Weekly chart.

JANICE GRACE 2000 Debut Album
Janice Grace's annunciation to the dance world started in 2000 with her first single "The Only One". After hearing the dance remix of "The Only One" she realized she liked doing dance music better than Pop-Rock!!! NYC's Jeffrey Allen @ For The Record set the song free to NY DJs. The video went to #4 on CVC's dance chart. Songs 1-8 are Electro-Pop-Rock. Tracks 9-16 are Ambient and Dance remixes.