"Expressive, larger-than-life female Soul artist"
There are voices. And then there are voices: sultry, sexy voices that stay with you long after the song has ended. Macy Gray has one of those voices--undoubtedly one of the most charismatic and utterly unique artists to hit the popular music scene in recent memory.
Macy earned out-of-the-box critical acclaim with her Epic Records debut, On How Life Is, and the album quickly became a word-of-mouth hit for pop, rock and soul aficionados worldwide.
With hit singles like, "I Try," and "Why Didn't You Call Me," Macy established herself as a force to be reckoned with, garnering Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Best Female R&B; Vocals in 1999. By the end of the following year, On How Life Is was certified quadruple platinum.
On every track from The Trouble With Being Myself, she brings herself together--from every growl to every high note--this album is 100% Macy Gray. And from one listen you'll know, no matter what she sings to us, the trouble with Macy Gray is no trouble at all.
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