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Macy Gray's Triumphant Return (and How She Came to Embrace Her Iconic Voice)

In the early aughts, Macy Gray’s “I Try” was a ubiquitous love anthem that likely had a permanent spot on most moody teenage mixtapes. The catchy song—made so by Gray’s smooth-sounding, gravely voice—rightly scooped up numerous accolades, including a 2001 Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, a coveted MTV Moonman for Best New Artist, and seemingly played on endless loop on radio stations across the country. 596 more words


Macy Gray Live - Koko Club, London, UK :: by Àrèmúorin - Anthony Everest :: MercyfulGrace.com ::

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I had interviewed Macy Gray about a month prior to her Koko Gig. We got on very well and it felt like I was talking to an old friend rather than a grammy award winning artiste and international iconic soul songstress which made my job easier. 624 more words



Pop music needs more Macy Grays. For someone who has inexplicably only had one large pop hit, “I Try”, from her stellar debut album On How Life Is… 942 more words

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Denne måned lytter jeg til Macy Grays nye album, som jeg rigtig, rigtig godt kan lide. Ikke 1. singlen ”Bang Bang” så meget, men jeg har fundet nye yndlingssange på The Way. 506 more words


#365AOTD 285 "On How Life Is" Macy Gray 1999

She said, “Get back bitch, I ain’t givin’ you shit” I said, “You old bag, maybe you ain’t heard but them are fightin’ words!”

Here is another one of those knock your socks off debut records. 153 more words


Andre's Amazon Archive for 10/11/2014: "The Way" by Macy Gray

On Macy Gray’s new studio album of all original material,she starts off with the rhythmic acoustic soul of “Stoned” and goes from there to the bluesy,shuffling rock of “Bang Bang”. 296 more words