Alternative singer-songwriter Greg! releases his debut single “Human Being”, a gritty and emotional appeal for his own humanity. Written with the help of Julianne Hope (Bebe Rexha, Peach Tree Rascals), produced by Taylor Morrow (Weathers, Kiiara), and mixed/ mastered by Randall Belculfine (Tones And I, TIMMS), “Human Being” is a defiant entry into the alternative rock scene. Inspired by overcoming bullying in his childhood and mistreatment working in the service industry, “Human Being” is a plea for everyone to remember that we are all only human and should be treated as such. Greg! will be making his live solo premiere at the legendary We Found New Music showcase in West Hollywood on October 4th. Listen to “Human Being” HERE.
On the creation of “Human Being”, Greg! explains, “I wrote ‘Human Being’ as a reminder that I don’t need to beat myself up too much. This song was written during a time in my life where everything was falling apart, all because I finally felt the need to stick up for myself”. Greg! wrote this for “everyone who needs to give themself grace, anyone who has anxiety or has been bullied and needs the strength to not give up.” While the song is an earworm, Greg! delivers an emotional gut punch with gritty vocals and poignant lyrics. With reminiscence of Clinton Kane and early P!NK, “Human Being” is the perfect song for anyone needing a confidence boost or a scream-cry in the car.
At only 27, Greg! believes he’s lived more lifetimes than people twice his age. From being taken at birth and put up for adoption and being black in an all white family, to having an abusive father, to then being severely bullied in his small-town conservative Texas school, he was dealt a difficult hand in life, but he refuses to be called a victim.
After graduating high school, Greg! promptly moved to New York City where he performed on many stages and fell in love with recording music. While Greg! has been in the music industry for several years now, this is his first foray as a solo act and he won’t let anyone stand in his way; including himself. He is taking all of the struggle, abuse, and pain he’s dealt with in life and is pouring it into his music, creating an intoxicating cocktail of bold, raw, and powerful pop-rock sounds.